Martinsville MOM Project

2019 Martinsville Mission of Mercy

November 2, 2019

2019 Martinsville Mission of Mercy will partner with the Martinsville Community Care Collaborative to provide dental care to adults in the Martinsville area and surrounding locations.

Contact Information

Dee Joyce, Community Dental Health Coordinator (Martinsville)
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Barbara Rollins, Director of Logistics, MOM
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2019 Martinsville Mission of Mercy Sponsors
Jones & DeShon Orthodontics
VDA Foundation
VCU School of Dentistry and Dental Hygiene
Averett University
Liberty University
UMC/Uptown Ministry Center
Patrick Henry CC

Patient Information

In 2019, the Martinsville Mission of Mercy Project will be held at the Uptown Ministry Center on Saturday, November 2. Adult patients ages 18 and over will be seen on a first-come first-served basis from 7am - 5pm for a dental exam and a cleaning, OR a filling, OR extractions as needed. Patients should arrive early and be prepared to wait for registration and dental treatment.

Uptown Ministry Center
145 E. Main Street
Martinsville, VA 24112

Volunteer Information

Volunteer registration is currently open. Help is needed in all areas. Your support is greatly appreciated!


Click here to register as a volunteer as a volunteer

A block of rooms are available for volunteers at:
Hampton Inn
50 Hampton Drive Martinsville, VA 24112
Call 276-647-4700 and mention MOM project.
Rate: $124/night through October 1, 2019. 

Comfort Inn
1895 Virginia Ave., Martinsville, VA 24112
Call 276-666-6835 and mention VDA MOM project

Stuart Hill Bed and Breakfast
228 Spencer Preston Rd
Martinsville, VA

  Wish to make a donation?Donate Online, or


Make check payable to "VDA Foundation" and note "MOM Project" on the memo line.
Mail donations to:
VDA Foundation
Attn: MOM
3460 Mayland Court, Suite 110
Richmond, VA 23233
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