Students United with America’s ToothFairy

Students United with America’s ToothFairy® (SUAT) engages college and professional students in activities that further the America’s ToothFairy mission to eliminate children’s preventable pain and suffering from pediatric dental disease and improve quality of life for at-risk children.

Whether you’re applying to graduate school or hoping to land your dream job, extracurricular activities such as participating in clubs, volunteering and community service are extremely important. Join your peers and start a community-based, oral health program on your campus while building your resume! Drive change in your community as oral health champions, mentors and role models to younger children.


  • Free ToothFairy 101® Community Education Kit including a variety of engaging, science-based bi-lingual educational materials for children of all ages as well as parents and caregivers
  • Mini-grant to establish your SUAT program
  • Promotional and marketing materials to raise awareness and support for local initiatives
  • Banner for community activities
  • Fundraising ideas and templates
  • Opportunity to apply for annual grant funding

Each chapter agrees to:

  • Undertake a minimum of two community outreach activities each semester. An outreach activity is to be comprised of oral health education, preventive strategies, fundraising initiatives or a combination of efforts.
  • Submit an annual activity report including photos and testimonials

“Students United with America’s ToothFairy provides an opportunity for students to get involved in oral health care for children at an early stage of their career.  Students are in a position to take action in caries prevention and address oral health disparity for children in underserved communities.”

Brent Lin, DMD, Associate Clinical Director, Division of Pediatric Dentistry, SUAT Advisor, Pre-Doctoral Pediatric Dentistry Program, University of California San Francisco

Download the application and submit it via email to Robin Vann at or fax to 704-350-1333. For questions, please contact Robin at 704-659-3851.