SmartPractice Working with Phoenix Children's Hospital Art Project to Fund Childhood Cancer Research

SmartPractice and the Phoenix Children's Hospital team up to further fund childhood cancer research through art.

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Phoenix Children’s Hospital Art Project
It was a fun, uplifting and educational day for all of us," Beth Hamann, D.D.S. said. "The kids were high-spirited, energetic and so excited to create original art.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 18, 2013

SmartPractice owners Drs. Curt and Beth Hamann recently spent an afternoon with a group of patients at Phoenix Children's Hospital who have undergone treatment for a range of childhood cancers. After spending some time sharing a snack and getting to know each other, "Dr. Beth" talked with the kids about the importance of keeping their teeth and gums healthy. Then they broke out the art supplies and started to sketch, color and paint some of what they learned.

"It was a fun, uplifting and educational day for all of us," Beth Hamann, D.D.S. said. "The kids were high-spirited, energetic and so excited to create original art."

The results of that artistic expression are now available as limited-edition Seasonal Collection greeting cards and postcards from SmartPractice. Each card features an original, dental-inspired piece of art, along with a short bio about the young artist who created it. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these cards will be donated to fund Phoenix Children's Hospital's childhood cancer research programs. View these one-of-a-kind cards online at smartpractice.com/seasonal.

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The Phoenix Children’s Hospital Art Project was launched over 25 years ago and helps support the Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders at Phoenix Children's Hospital. As the largest major annual fundraiser for the Center, the Art Project raises urgently-needed funds by converting the original artwork of the young cancer patients into holiday cards and all occasion which are then made available to the public.