No matter the amount you are able to donate, whether it be large or small, it makes a huge difference. Your contribution enables us to provide free dental care to children in underserved countries. It also aids the operations of our Dental Surgery Assistant (DSA) Program in Sri Lanka. This program greatly helps young women improve their socioeconomic status by earning a degree in a high demand field. Over a one-year period, and at no cost to the students, we are able to house, feed, train, and guarantee job placement upon completion of the course.

All of this is made possible by your donation and we greatly appreciate your contribution to our cause. Please consider making a recurring donation, this helps aid in our efforts to expand our services and maintain our current ones.

All donations are tax-deductible.  Our Tax ID # is 88-0510609.

Introducing our fabulous new class of ladies!Say hello to the amazing 12th class of our Dental Surgery Assistant Program! 👩‍⚕️ Let's give a warm welcome to this year's 14 talented young women joining the course! 👏 #DentalSurgeryAssistant #NewBeginnings #empoweringwomen ... See MoreSee Less
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Big thanks to Dr. AnnMarie Matusak and Jamie Karrer for being incredible sponsors for our Dental Surgery Assistant Program since day one! Your unwavering support is the backbone of our success, and we're truly grateful. 🙌🏽❤️Ann and Jamie go above and beyond by sponsoring a young woman every year. Ann also generously shares her expertise as a guest speaker at our CE course annually. Her commitment extends beyond sponsorship, as she actively contributes to DCI by conducting interviews and even joining us on overseas trips. Ann is undoubtedly an MVP in our DCI family! #gratitude #DCIFamily #SupportMatters ... See MoreSee Less
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Meet Rosi, a resilient individual from Kandy, Sri Lanka, who overcame medical challenges to complete DCI’s Dental Surgery Assistant Program in 2015. She worked at a private hospital in Colombo, and in 2018, she transitioned to a pivotal role at DCI. She started as an Assisting Lecturer and evolved into her current position as a Course Instructor. Her favorite part is lecturing in the classroom, conducting practical sessions, and fostering enjoyable moments with students. #TransformingLives #EducationEmpowers #DCICommunity ... See MoreSee Less
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