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Category Archives: Philanthropy

Huntington Bay Dental Donates Toothbrushes to FEGS

Huntington Bay Dental Donates Toothbrushes to FEGS

(October 2013)

In October we donated toothbrushes and toothpaste to FEGS – an organization that provides an array of services to families and individuals coping with mental and physical illness, developmental disabilities, poverty, homelessness, HIV/AIDS, family violence, chronic illness, and other serious challenges. More recently, Huntington Bay Dental adopted a family for Christmas! We purchased and wrapped Christmas gifts for a family of six. We hope we made a difference in their lives and for their holiday!

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Huntington Bay Dental for Autism

Huntington Bay Dental for Autism

(March 2010) Dr. Adamo has been volunteering his time since last spring to treat several students from NSSA, Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism. Dr. Adamo, as well as his staff, have grown fond of all the students, their families, and the faculty of the school, and so, decided to host their First Annual Wine Tasting… Continue Reading

Dr. Figari Goes To Nicaragua

Dr. Figari Goes To Nicaragua

(February 2010) In February 2010, Dr. Figari went with Northport High School student group, “Students for 60,000,” to Nicaragua to build houses, teach in their schools, and deliver clothes, school and medical supplies. She was invited to participate as a chaperone by one of her patients, Lisa Perez Flanagan, advisor to “Students for 60k.” On… Continue Reading

Huntington Bay Dental in Kenya

Huntington Bay Dental in Kenya

(July 2009) This past summer, Huntington Bay Dental continued to support the Madagascar Ankizy Fund, a non-profit fund for the education and health care of Malagasy children. Its goal is to build schools and clinics in remote areas of the island. However due to a “civil war”, the trip to Madagascar was canceled. Instead our… Continue Reading

Meet Dr. Adamo’s new friends

Meet Dr. Adamo’s new friends

(Summer 2008) Dr. Adamo volunteered his time and skills for 3 weeks during the summer of 2008 traveling to Madagascar to provide dental care in conjunction with a group of health care professionals from Stony Brook University. Most of the patients were children who traveled great distances to seek dental care for the first time… Continue Reading