Alicia Jean Demetropolis, Global Humanity Initiative president, with Dr. Kulesh Thapa, medical director of the Chhatrapati Free Clinic in Katmandu, Nepal, with the first donated toothbrushes.

Alicia Jean Demetropolis, Global Humanity Initiative president, with Dr. Kulesh Thapa, medical director of the Chhatrapati Free Clinic in Katmandu, Nepal, with the first donated toothbrushes.

Jamestown Dental Clinic helps send smiles to Nepal

BLYN — The Global Humanity Initiative has received a donation of children’s toothbrushes and toothpaste from the Jamestown Dental Clinic.

According to a press release, the donated supplies will be shipped to Katmandu, Nepal for distribution.

Alicia Jean Demetropolis, the non-profit’s founder and president, said “Children’s toothbrushes are virtually impossible to find in Nepal.”

For more information, visit www.globalhumanity initiative.org.

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