There are many ways to work to ensure all children have the freedom to smile.
$6 means a set of toothbrush and toothpaste. An extra $4 means an oral health education. 100% of your donation goes directly to serving children around the world.
Campaign and fundraise! Start a club, sell lemonade, or exchange birthday party gifts as donations. There are many fun ways to make a difference.
Take the lead and start an oral care product drive. As long as it's packaged and new, all products will go directly to underprivileged children around the world.
BEST is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers who want to make a change in this world. Whether it's managing or simple volunteering, click on the button to get involved!
Share the story of BEST with those around you! Whether it is your family, friends, classmates, or co-workers, keep the momentum of BEST to achieve quality oral health for all!
Who will you be helping?
This is Pita. She is one of our students who participated in a BEST workshop at her school. Pita is a 4th grader. She lives in a remote village in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
Who and Why?
Pita likes playing with friends at the playground and she loves her little brother very dearly. She enjoys attending school twice a day.
Pita's dream is to become a teacher and serve her community by improving the conditions of her village.
This is Pita's 92-year-old great-grandmother. Survivor of the Civil War in Cambodia, she suffered an empty stomach until 40. Even her daughter, Pita's grandmother, was threatened by death for eating raw rice while being forced to work in the fields by the government. She later gave birth to Thom, Pita's uncle, in a tree hole to avoid the bullets during the war.
These difficult conditions served negatively towards their oral health as her grandmother has never brushed her teeth and began experiencing chewing issues at a young age.
Pita, now a student and missionary of BEST, will become the first generation in her village to develop good oral habits and create a new way of life.
Unlock Pita's, her village's, and similar communities' potential by first giving their children the freedom to smile.
Not all children have this freedom. You can change it.
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