Nebraska Dental Foundation

Purposes of the Nebraska Dental Foundation

The Foundation is recognized as a 501(c)(3) under the Internal Revenue Code and is organized under the Nebraska Nonprofit Corporation Act, §§ 21-1901 to 21-19,177 of the Nebraska Revised Statutes (“the Act”) . Gifts to the Foundation can support any of the following areas:

The specific and primary purposes and activities for which the corporation is organized are the receiving of grants, donations and contributions and the application of funds so received to educate the public about dental health related issues, to fund clinics providing dental services at a reduced cost to low income people, to fund scientific research or dental research, to make loans or grants to dentists who are victims of disasters to enable them to carry on their practices, to make loans or grants to dental or allied dental health students with financial need, to make loans or grants to disabled dentists for purposes of retraining, and to support other charitable or educational projects relating to dental health.

NDF Grant Guidelines and Criteria
Nebraska Dental Foundation Grant Application

Making Grants and Making a Difference

The Nebraska Dental Foundation is growing and becoming more active by issuing grants and “making a difference.” Contributions to the Foundation help support a variety of programs. To raise awareness for the Foundation, we added a line item to the dues invoices giving each member the option of voluntarily contributing $50.00 to the Foundation

TAX DEDUCTIBLE - All gifts are tax deductible under Sec. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.

Contributions should be made payable to the “Nebraska Dental Foundation” and forwarded to the NDA office at 7160 South 29th Street, Suite 1, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68516.


Grant applications are due by March 15 and reviewed within 45 days of receipt.