Our core value at Dental 397 is to provide exceptional patient care with a heart of giving back to the community.
Exeter Leukaemia Fund
Thank you for supporting our cause in raising money for Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF).
ELF supports families affected by blood cancers and blood disorders across the SouthWest by providing compassionate, tailored support in the Yarty Ward at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital.
A donation of £250.00 to this inspiring charity.
Countess-Wear Village Hall Update
We were delighted to receive an invitation to the opening of the new Countess Wear Village Hall which took place on 18th November 2016.
Thank you for your support which enabled us to contribute £397 towards the building of the Village Hall which benefits the local community.
The Countess Wear Village Hall serves as a location for various local workshops and parent groups, therefore benefiting both the very young and the much older members of our community.
You are a part of something great
The South West Multiple Sclerosis centre was nominated by our patient, Simon James for our annual Xmas charity support in December 2015.
To honour Simon and a number of our patients, we were happy to present the SouthWest Multiple Sclerosis Centre with a donation of £200.
Supporting the Children’s Hospice
Our patient and Stand-Up comedian, Graham Lovegrove (aka Tank Sherman) abseiled in summer 2015 to raise money for the Children’s Hospice SouthWest.
Dental 397 was able to support him with a donation of £218.50 and a plea not to “Go Splat!” Great job Tank!
Since January 2014, Dental 397 has been sponsoring a child through an organization called Caminul Felix.
Caminul Felix is an organization based in Romania which looks after abandoned children. It has been a joy to receive updates on his wellbeing.
His name is Claudiu Krenek and he’s 7 years old.
Thank you all for your wonderful participation in helping us nominate a local charity to support this year.
The winner was drawn by a raffle and the winning entry was by Gil Freeman for the charity “Dream-A-Way”, a charity which provides holidays and outings for people with disabilities, of all ages across Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
A cheque for the sum of £200 was presented to Gil and Jeff (also the charity chairman) on 16 December 2014.