Ellen Jones Community Dental Center Seeks Sponsors of September Fundraiser

"Throw a Spare for Dental Care" at Ten Pin Eatery

Harwich, MA – Ellen Jones Community Dental Center is seeking sponsors for its first annual “Throw a Spare For Dental Care” bowling fundraiser.  The event will take place on Friday, September 20, 5 pm – 9 pm, at Ten Pin Eatery in Hyannis.  All proceeds from the event will support the non-profit dental center’s efforts to relocate and expand in 2020.

Ellen Jones provides dental care to more than 3,000 patients each year.  The center is one of the only practices on the Cape providing dental services to MassHealth, underinsured, and uninsured patients.  The demand for its local, affordable dental services is also increasing.

The “Throw a Spare For Dental Care” fundraising event offers a variety of sponsorship opportunities to fit the budgets and resources of businesses and individuals.  In-kind donations and prizes for a drawing at the event are also appreciated. 

To learn more about sponsorships and other options for supporting the event, download event sponsorship information at hhsi.us/sponsorships or contact Ami Bowen at (617) 533-2358 or [email protected].  

Tickets to the event will go on sale in late July.

Every sponsorship, contribution, and ticket to the event will help make affordable healthcare more accessible to everyone living on Cape Cod.

Ellen Jones Community Dental Center is a part of the non-profit Harbor Health network of community health centers and Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly.  Harbor also operates Harbor Community Health Center in Hyannis and Harbor Community Dental Center in Provincetown.

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