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At Jennifer Perkins, DDS, we think it’s important for local businesses to give back to their communities. So Dr. Jennifer Perkins and our compassionate team have partnered with The CARE Center, which provides food, toiletries, school supplies, and financial assistance to Madison County, AL neighbors in need.

Jenny Perkins DDS on community involvement and mission work

At different times throughout the year, we collect food in our Huntsville, AL dentist office to be used for the CARE Center. We also support the Bags of Blessings program. This program provides meal packs to children in the free breakfast and lunch program at three local elementary schools, discreetly placing them in kids’ backpacks on Fridays. Larger packs are provided over school holidays.

Our team recently partnered with Remote Area Medical (RAM) to complete a medical mission trip to rural Virginia. For four days, we worked out of a pop-up clinic held in an airplane hanger. The experience brought our team closer together and gave us a deep appreciation for our own patients who graciously rescheduled appointments or simply encouraged us. We loved the opportunity to serve the people of Appalachia and hope to participate in similar ventures in the future!

To visit a dentist who contributes to the local community through this important program and other charitable efforts, call 256-801-0002. Or you can use our online form to book your visit to our Huntsville, AL dentist office.

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