Charleston Oral & Facial Surgery Community Involvement
The team at Charleston Oral & Facial Surgery is honored
to give their services and support to a variety of community programs in the greater Charleston area.
Bourbon, Bowties & Cigars benefiting Positive-Strides
We are a proud sponsor of Bourbon, Bowties & Cigars benefiting Positive-Strides. Positive-Strides was founded to provide guidance and assistance to athletes who have suffered a catastrophic, life altering and/or career ending sports-related injuries with mental, physical and financial support. This organization advocates, educates and supports youth injured athletes through programs such as Injury Prevention & Nutrition Seminars, mentorship/support groups and financial assistance for medical treatments.
MUSC Charity Kickball Tournament
We are proud to sponsor the MUSC Charity Kickball Tournament. All money raised from this event goes directly the the North Charleston Free Dental Clinic, which relies entirely on the generosity of the community to be able to provide services to local citizens.
East Cooper Community Outreach Golf Tournament
We were extremely proud to sponsor a hole for the East Cooper Community Outreach Golf Tournament held on May 22nd, 2017. The golf tournament is the largest annual fundraiser held by ECCO that benefits families in need by providing them food, clothing, health services, and education.
The Fight for Air Climb
We are thrilled to be sponsors of The Fight for Air Climb, a fundraising challenge organized to help the American Lung Association carry out their mission of saving lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease. We are supporting Team Verde, a delicious local restaurant that we frequently work with. We are so excited to support their team as they climb to raise funds for research, education and patient programs to help people affected by lung disease.
Wounded Warrior Project
With several veterans on staff, including. Dr. Oliphant and Dr. Sarathy, Charleston Oral and Facial Surgery is proud to support our veterans and the Wounded Warrior Project. Learn more at woundedwarriorproject.org.
Chase After a Cure
As a team here at COAFS, we not only support Chase After a Cure, a non-profit organization which raises awareness and funds cancer research, but we are also ecstatic to have sponsored the 2016 Chase After a Cure Gala Event. We believe in doing all that we can to not only support our community, but to make it a better place.
Please join us in chasing a cure, chasing away cancer, and bringing smiles back to those little faces.
Healing the Children
Providing critical medical care to children all around the world regardless of ability to pay, insurance status, or physical location and participating in international outreach to Guayaquil, Ecuador for the treatment of children with cleft lips and palates.
I Got Legs!
Ten years ago, a man named Adam was in a horrible car accident that left him with a spinal cord injury which paralyzed him from the waist down. On April 2, 2016, he became the first paralyzed man in history to walk the Cooper River Bridge Run (one of the largest 10K races in the US, attracting about 40,000 participants every year to Charleston). Here at COAFS, we are proud to support such an inspirational man on his journey to raise awareness on what it means to be disabled and able-bodied. To learn more or help support Adam’s journey, please visit www.igotlegs.org
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. The CF Foundation strives to find a cure to this disease and to improve the quality of life of those living with the disease through funding research and drug development, promoting individualized treatment and ensuring access to high-quality, specialized care. We support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in hopes to help sustain their efforts to search for a cure, advance new treatments, and to make a difference in the lives of those with CF.
Relay for Life
We are a proud sponsor of Relay for Life, helping the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking cancer research, patient care programs, and education and prevention initiatives.