New Port Richey and Palm Harbor Orthodontist Dr. Jeremy Albert to Donate
$1,500 to Community-Chosen Schools
Albert Family Orthodontics “Supporting Local Schools" campaign encourages community
involvement in New Port Richey area education.
Trinity, FL, March 30, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Trinity Orthodontist Jeremy Albert recognizes the value of an
education. After all, being an orthodontist requires not just dental school, but also post-doctoral residency
and annual continuing education and Invisalign study. With education as a cornerstone in his life, Dr.
Albert has launched the “Supporting Local Schools” program whereby he hopes to inspire community
involvement in deciding which area schools will receive a charitable donation from his practice.
How it works: Using a desktop or laptop PC, visit the practice's Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/AlbertFamilyOrtho, and click on the "Supporting Schools - Vote Here" application
icon under the cover photo. Follow the steps to select your school(s) and cast your vote. At the end of the
voting round on April 15th, the three schools with the most votes will enter a final round where one will
be drawn to win a $1,000 donation. The other two schools each receive $250. "The fun part will be
watching everyone rally their network of friends, families, etc. to join in voting," says Dr. Albert.
"Education is at the heart of community success. People move to an area because of the quality of its
schools, and great schools yield strong advocacy in return. So the entire community prospers as a result of
supporting local education," states Dr. Albert. "By inviting the community at large to participate in our
'Supporting Local Schools' campaign, we not only call attention to a worthy cause, but are also hopeful
that doing such will incite a wave of school and community pride." With offices in both Trinity and Palm
Harbor, Dr. Albert is hopeful that both communities will participate and benefit from this program.
Dr. Albert conceptualized his plan for using Facebook as the vehicle for “Supporting Local Schools” after
a conversation with a patient's mother, who is also actively involved in her school's PTA. "We realized
that this concept could have broader reach and greater availability if voting occurred via Facebook rather
than in our office," states Dr. Albert. "The act of voting does not require a special trip to our office, and
everyone in the area can be invited and participate at any time,” he continues. “This makes it easier for a
given school and/or PTA to recruit votes. And what's more, the philanthropy itself strikes at the core of
what I want people to know about Albert Orthodontics. I'm an orthodontist in Palm Harbor and Trinity,
but we, as a team, are first and foremost local residents."
Albert Family Orthodontics
Dr. Jeremy Albert
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