Henry Schein Cares Foundation

Henry Schein Dental recognises that service extends beyond the workplace to our home communities. This spirit of corporate citizenship is exemplified through Henry Schein Cares, our global social responsibility program, which seeks to narrow the disparity in the delivery of healthcare services and information to underserved and at risk communities around the world.

Through Henry Schein Cares, the Company gives back to healthcare markets and communities around the world, using our core competencies in creative and innovative ways.

As a result of our Henry Schein Cares activities, Henry Schein has led our industry in social responsibility for six out of the past seven years in FORTUNE’s® list of the World’s Most Admired Companies.

We are extremely proud to regularly support many very deserving charities throughout New Zealand on an ongoing basis, ranging from Ronald McDonald House to Dept of Conservation; Auckland City Mission Appeal to the Tykes on Bikes, Variety - the Children's Charity and The Salvation Army, to name but a few.

As well as our contribution to many charities and events, Henry Schein Dental supports scores of lectures, seminars and events within our own industry. Every year we support no less than 100 different conferences, lectures, meetings, seminars and programs. We have a strong focus on education and are committed to your continuing professional development.

1 in 4 Kiwi kids (approx. 290,000) live in poverty and thousands go to school without lunch every day. Eat My Lunch wants to help change this by making it easier for Kiwis to help Kiwis.
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As a major sponsor of the Ronald McDonald House in Auckland, Henry Schein New Zealand sponsors a family dinner on two occasions throughout the year.
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Henry Schein NZ had its own take on the Ronald McDonald House Charities House to House Challenge and ran a two week event 8th – 22nd March.
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As a sponsor, the money provided by goes towards these disadvantaged Kiwi kids with basic essentials like bedding, a school uniform and shoes — a great initiative to help support child poverty in NZ.
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In 2019, the ADA will introduce WELLBEING360° based on ME-WE-US interrelationships.
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The Smiles for the Pacific project centres around providing free dental treatment, especially those cases which are too difficult for the local dentists.
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