How is OHP funded?
Oral Health Partnership is funded through BadgerCare reimbursements, grants and donations.
What are donations used for?
Donations are used to maintain and purchase essential equipment and supplies that are necessary to facilitate treatment at both our fixed clinics and mobile school-based programs. OHP will continue to provide quality oral health services and education to low income children who otherwise would have no access to a dentist. In order to sustain our program, we look to the community for support.
Is OHP a tax deductible organization?
Brown County Oral Health Partnership is a 501c3 non-profit corporation. Fed. Tax ID #20-8969896. Your donation may be tax deductible; please check with your tax advisor.
What is OHP's goal?
With grants and donations, OHP will continue to provide quality oral health services and education to low income children who otherwise would have no access to a dentist. As government funding changes, grants and donations will make a huge difference to the children in need.
- Fundraising will be truthful and accurately described.
- Donations will be spent in accordance with the donor’s intent.
- Donors will receive prompt, forthright answers to questions.
- Donors have the right to be informed of the organization’s mission and purpose.
- Fundraising will respect the dignity and privacy of those who benefit from the organization’s activities.
- Donors will receive appropriate acknowledgment and recognition for their gift.
- OHP will respect donor’s requests to remain anonymous.
- Upon request, donors are entitled to promptly receive OHP’s most recent stewardship report and proof of 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt status.
- Donors will have the opportunity to have their names deleted from mailing and fundraising solicitations. Their opt-out request will be honored promptly.
- OHP will respect donors’ privacy by not sharing, selling, or renting names and personal information.
- Donors can expect that all relationships with individuals representing OHP will be professional in nature and that they will be treated with respect, compassion, and dignity.