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IMPACT T H E G LO B E 2 0 1 6 ESS Grade 1 students line up for dental treatment at Chomnaom. Hygienists using natural light and headlamps to deliver care on makeshift benches. Delivering prophylaxis and hygiene instruction at Peaceful Childrens Home Orphanage. Chomnaom Catholic Church converted into temporary dental clinic. GLEN ZENITH Iam fortunate to have been involved with the International College of Dentists and Kindness in Action two organiza- tions that provide dental health services to the underprivi- leged. Ive been given the opportunity to serve others. As well I am especially privileged as my wife and four children have accompanied me on Kindness in Action volunteer trips to Hon- duras Nicaragua Venezuela Peru and Cambodia. These work projects have provided unique work environments with dental students dentists dental assistants dental hygienists from across Canada and the USA and dental professionals of the host country. Each trip with its own memorable experiences resulted in a sense of humility and fulfillment that only comes from serving others. Kindness in Action is a humanitarian organization with over 300 volunteers working on projects in 10 countries. In a weeks time approximately 500 people are treated by the volunteers. They work hand in hand with the local community to deliver the care. This project was in Cambodia where me and my daughter Dr. Mila Zenith were part of the team. Kindness in Action has been supported by the Canadian Spence Foundation with supplies and equipment. It is deeply satisfying knowing that you have tried to help the world to be a better place - one life at a time I have developed a worldwide group of friends. Having my wife and children join me on these dental missions has been especially gratifying. My eldest daughter Mila was influenced by multiple trips with Kindness in Action to choose dentistry as a career. Glen Zenith is a Past Canadian ICD President and International Councilor Journal of the International College of Dentists 2 5