The Delta Dental of Washington Smile Power team visited Mari’s Place in Everett to honor Mary Toews as a Smile Maker and make a $1,500 contribution to her organization. (Contributed photo)

Company spreads smiles at nonprofits

Delta Dental of Washington’s Tooth Fairy and Smile Power team paid a surprise visit May 22 to Mari’s Place to present founder Mary Toews with a $1,500 donation, dental supplies, and a $100 Visa gift card to use for herself. The company also donated fairy wings and prize bags to children visiting the nonprofit, which provides arts classes to children from low-income households.

The company also gave a $1,500 donation to Imagine Children’s Museum of Everett in honor of a volunteer who coordinates the museum’s Toothapalooza each year.

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