For the past 10 years, Synergy Dental Group has been a supportive sponsor for The Red&White Ball. In the year 2013, Dr.Hubenette became the co-chairman of California's Freedomday USA efforts and formed the local Sonoma event, Freedom Week Sonoma. 2016 marked the largest Freedom Event in the United States associated with this organization. Our local event had 78 businesses giving a free service, or item to any Active military, Veteran, or First Responder that came to their business. Synergy Dental Group provided $5000 in free dental services with a total of over $30,000 in donated services from our local Sonoma businesses. Look up the website www.freedomweeksonoma.org and follow the growth as we spread throughout the country at www.freedomdayusa.org.
In 2016 , Dr. Kimberly Hubenette added yet another donation to the Synergy Dental Community Portfolio. Our office is now a proud co-sponsor to thetradition of Sonoma. 2016 marks the 119th year of The Sonoma Vintage Festival held annually at the Sonoma Barracks and Plaza. Synergy Dental Group continues to be proud supporters of their local community and Nationwide endeavors in service-oriented projects.
Team Synergy members combine their knowledge and skills in dentistry with a genuine desire to make a difference in the lives of the people with whom they work with and care for. Our practice is very active within the community, and is involved in philanthropy projects year round. We provide dental care and education for teen mothers and underserved children, raising funds for cancer through the Relay for Life, visiting classrooms to educate children on oral hygiene. We also spread holiday cheer to seniors at assisted living homes by giving handmade crafts from local school children and singing holiday carols.
May 9th 2011
Synergy Dental Group was a proud sponsor of IMPACT 100 Sonoma. Impact 100 recently held their annual meeting and the Impact 100 Sonoma Members voted to award our second $100,000 Impact Grant to Sonoma Valley Teen Services. With the $100,000 grant, Sonoma Valley Teen Services Board President Tim Boeve explained to the meeting participants that this Impact Grant will enable the organization to establish strategically-relevant, career pathways for Sonoma Valley youth by teaching teens to gaim self-respect and purpose through imparting real job skills.