CADF is excited to report that we have received a $25,000 grant from the Dr. Henry Renfert Foundation at the Austin Community Foundation.To help meet the growing demand for charitable dental care, the funds will be utilized to launch an innovative campaign to recruit at least 60 new volunteer dentists over the next year. Visit our web site at
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Thank you to Austin Community Foundation for your continued support of our mission!
Join us for the CADS/CADF Golf Classic & 19th Hole After-Party
Friday, October 27, 2017
Avery Ranch Golf Club
Registration and Sponsorship information coming soon!
Congratulations to the Capital Area Dental Foundation for being honored with a 2017 Texas Dental Association Service Recognition Award for providing a decade of needed dental care to the under-served in Austin and the surrounding area.
Board chair, Lyda Creus Molanphy along with board members, Roland Davies, DDS and Kent Macaulay, DDS and executive director, Megan Woodburn, accepted the award at the TDA Annual Meeting in San Antonio, on Friday May 5. The award recognizes organizations like CADF that make a positive contribution to dentistry.
CADF team accepting 2017 TDA Service Recognition Award.
With your generous support, CADF raised nearly $175,000 for our life-changing chartiable dental programs.
Thank you to everyone who attended and a special thank you to our incredible Gala Co-Chairs, Jon Fidler, Amie Nemec, and Dr. Benjamin Nemec and our sponsors.
Our gala guests had the opportunity to watch our 10-year anniversary video, which highlights CADF’s story and the journey of two of our recent patients Click the video link below and please feel share with your friends and family on social media.
Amplify Austin starts tomorrow at 6 PM.
CADF is gearing up to raise $10,000 for charitable dentistry in 24-hours.
Please join us by making a donation–of any size–by visiting our Amplify Donation page at:
Brushing your teeth at least twice a day sounds like a mundane task — Did you know it can help save your life? For “Health and Medicine,” Victoria Maranan braved the dentist’s office to learn more about how dental health impacts a person’s overall well-being.
Congratulations, Dr. Olson!
The first woman to serve as the president of the Capital Area Dental Society and a former CADS Young Dentist of the Year, Dr. AnnMarie Olson, has made her mark on organized dentistry in many ways. She has also given her time and talents as a CADF dental volunteer and supporter.
Dr. Olson served on the CADS Board when CADF was being formed nearly ten years ago. “I am so proud to see how far CADF has come,” she says. “It’s wonderful to see CADF being recognized outside of dental circles in the larger community for its good work. We are a great example of how volunteers can really get things done.”
Dr. Olson’s practice, which includes CADF Board Member, Dr. Kacie Culotta, is an active participant in the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) Dental Program. She estimates that her practice sees at least one HAAM patient each day and she wouldn’t have it any other way. “We love participating in HAAM. I was in high school and college band, and I’m now a choral singer, so I feel a kinship with our HAAM patients.”
In addition to being an active volunteer dental provider, Dr. Olson is a founding member of the Sustainer’s Circle, CADF’s Annual Giving program. “I’ve seen all the good things CADF has done to help people and joining the Sustainer’s Circle is a great way to give back,” says Dr. Olson.
“CADF is a great vehicle for sharing our blessings. It’s truly an honor to be a volunteer and a donor.” AnnMarie Olson, DDS