Online reservations now being taken for Oral Health America gala

A great event for a wonderful cause that I will be lucky enough to attend. So if you are in Chicago for the Mid Winter meeting consider coming.MJ

chicago, il: December 1, 2009- Reservations can now be made online for the 20th Anniversary Oral Health America (OHA) Gala Dinner and Auction, to be held Wednesday, February 24, 2010. The Gala will occur on a Wednesday night this year, due to the Chicago Midwinter meeting being moved a day later. The event also has a dazzling new location: Chicago’s historic Union Station. The site is considered to be one of the greatest indoor spaces in the United States. Reservations can be made by going to:

The OHA Gala raises funds to support access to care, education and policies to improve the oral healthcare of the American public, especially those most vulnerable. Held each year during the Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting, the OHA Gala is one of the dental industry’s premier networking events. It has become so popular that it often sells out. For this reason, organizers set up the online reservation system, so attendees can reserve their tickets early to avoid disappointment. The black tie optional evening features dinner, dancing, and a silent auction. Oral Health America is also seeking event sponsors at the Gold ($3,000), Platinum ($5,000), and Diamond ($10,000) levels. In recognition of the Gala’s 20th anniversary, there will also be a special, one-time Anniversary level sponsorship available for $20,000.

The Oral Health America 20th Annual Gala Dinner and Silent Auction will run from 6:30pm to 11pm on Wednesday February 24, 2010. Tickets are $285 each ($300 after February 1, if still available); a table for 10 can be purchased for $2,500 ($2,750 after February 1, if still available). To get information on sponsorships or donations please contact Joe Donohue at OHA by calling 312-836-9900 or email him at

Oral Health America is the nation’s leading, independent non-profit organization dedicated to connecting communities with resources to increase access to care, education, and advocacy for all Americans, especially those most vulnerable. Find out more at


Popular Posts