Our office has a long tradition of community service and outreach. Having been part of the Alma and the Gratiot County community for more than 60 years, we feel so committed to improving the dental health of our patients and fellow citizens and giving back at every opportunity.
Our involvement includes:
- Annual participation in numerous local career and health fairs to promote dental health and careers in dentistry.
- We were the first office in the community to offer Dentists with a Heart Day and participate in the American Dental Association’s Give Kids a Smile Day. We continue to donate many dental services throughout the year.
- Our practice donated office space for the Women’s Resource Center for more than a decade, a service that provides free, used career clothing to support women entering the workplace.
- We have been active in promoting an annual food drive for the Gratiot County Food Network.
- We invite the preschoolers of our community to visit our office for a fun day of introduction to dentistry, healthy eating, and tooth brushing instructions. Our staff regularly visits local school classrooms to promote dental health and education.
- Our practice is actively involved in promoting the work of the National Blood Clot Alliance to educate and promote awareness about the risks of blood clots. They have sponsored the “Anna’s Team” fundraiser at the Alma Highland Festival races for many years and started the Ride to StoptheClot for Anna’s Team in 2018. These events help educate our community about the signs and symptoms of blood clots, raise awareness, and provide an amazing opportunity to ride a bike on the Heartland Trail or be part of a run/walk! All funds that are raised benefit the work of the National Blood Clot Alliance: www.stoptheclot.org.
- Drs. Matt Loomis and Brent Moeggenborg are active members of Rotary International. Dr. Aaron Moeggenborg is active in the Alma Kiwanis Club and recently served as their president.
- Our staff volunteers on Keep Alma Beautiful projects to help plant and maintain our flowerpots in downtown Alma.