Dr. Buddy and our team at Davis Orthodontics don’t just offer orthodontic treatment in Greer and Simpsonville, we live here too! We’re dedicated to giving back to the communities we call home and spreading smiles. Here are some of the ways we’re trying to make the world a better place.
Davis Orthodontics is proud to support local community organizations. A few of the groups we sponsor include Fountain Inn Rec, Lady Rebel Softball, Invention Convention, Simpsonville Rec Teams, Bells Crossing Boosterthon, Sugar Creek Swim Team, RHS Booster Club, Greer Baseball Club, Greer Family Fest, Brushy Meadows Swim Team, Summerwalk Swim Team, and Greenville Joes Baseball.
At Davis Orthodontics, one way we uphold our commitment to being a leader in the community is by volunteering as a team for different local organizations. Most recently, we’ve had the pleasure of volunteering with Greenville Meals on Wheels, Project Pinwheel and FIKE Center in Fountain Inn.
Children’s Rehabilitative Services
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control sponsors a program called Children’s Rehabilitative Services (CRS). It’s designed to provide orthodontic and surgical care to those in need. Dr. Buddy volunteers his services to help the deserving children in the program.
SMILES CHANGE LIVES
Dr. Buddy is proud to be a partner with Smiles Change Lives, a national non-profit organization that promotes and provides access to life-changing, essential orthodontic treatment for children from low-income families. The organization works with volunteer orthodontists to provide orthodontic services on a pro-bono basis to underprivileged children. Dr. Buddy is proud to be a part of this organization and excited to help those that may not be able to afford orthodontics.
Just in the past year, Dr. Buddy has provided over $20,000 worth of free treatment to several individuals in need. To find out more about this great program, check out their website at www.smileschangelives.org.
MEALS ON WHEELS
Delivering meals to the homebound in our community
Raising awareness for child abuse