DELTA DENTAL OF MISSOURI DONATES $25,000 TO COASTAL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DISASTER RELIEF FUND
St. Louis, MO (Sept. 18, 2018) - Delta Dental of Missouri, which does business in South Carolina as Delta Dental of South Carolina, today announced that the dental benefits provider has donated $25,000 to Coastal Community Foundation for disaster relief and recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
“Through Delta Dental of South Carolina, we have 269,456 members in that state with our group, family and individual plans; a network that includes 77 percent of South Carolina’s dentists; and an office in Columbia, S.C., with eight employees who are led by Spann Laffitte, vice president of sales and account management,” said Rob Goren, president and chief executive officer of Delta Dental of Missouri. “These are not just numbers to us, they represent lives that have been directly and indirectly impacted by the devastation of the hurricane and what is still to come by way of the additional flooding expected.”
Delta Dental of Missouri’s monetary donation was given to Coastal Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund to be used for any affected area along the South Carolina coast.
“We are thankful to be able to unite with other companies, organizations and individuals who are selflessly providing resources to help meet the needs of those impacted by this natural disaster,” added Robert E. Butler, DDS, chairman of the board for Delta Dental of Missouri. “Our thoughts are with all South Carolinians.”
To learn more about Delta Dental of Missouri, visit www.DeltaDentalMO.com or find the company on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @DeltaDentalMO.
About Delta Dental of Missouri
Delta Dental of Missouri is the state’s dental benefits leader and a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization, serving 1.87 million members and committed to its social mission to improve oral health. The organization provides financial support for oral health initiatives, educational programs, community outreach events and charitable causes each year, contributing more than $2.4 million in 2017.