The Oral Health Foundation invites you to Nominate A Smile: Give someone the recognition they deserve!
Is there someone out there who never fails to put a smile on your face? Maybe someone who always goes the extra mile? Or that one friend who always has your back? Our Nominate A Smile competition is the perfect way to show your appreciation for all the little things they do for you.
Every year, as part of National Smile Month, campaign organisers the Oral Health Foundation bring you the opportunity to give someone special in your life the recognition they deserve.
During National Smile Month, we will select a winner every week, who will receive a special prize from all of us at the Oral Health Foundation. All you need do is nominate them and tell us why they deserve to win.
It could be someone who has done something fantastic in your community, a staff member who has gone above and beyond for a patient – or even a member of the public who simply puts a smile on your face.
No matter what, we want to hear about anybody in your life who adds a little something special to your day each time you see them. The best thing about the competition is that nominating someone special in your life couldn’t be easier!
How to Nominate A Smile
All you need do is send us a picture of your nominee along with a brief description of what makes them so special and why they deserve to be one of our faces of National Smile Month 2018.
The only requirement for the picture you send along with your nomination is that we need to see your nominee smiling.
For more information visit www.smilemonth.org/competitions.
There’s no need to wait until the beginning of the National Smile Month to send in your nominations – you can send them in now. What are you waiting for? Nominate a smile.
National Smile Month is the UK’s largest and longest running oral health campaign. In 2018, the campaign, will take place between 14 May and 14 June. Supported by thousands and organised by the Oral Health Foundation, National Smile Month aims to increase awareness of important oral health issues and make a significant difference to the well-being of millions of people.
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