Nina Dobrev From Vampire Diaries Joins Hands With Charity These Holidays
Nina Dobrev from The Vampire Diaries is back this holiday season to spend her time helping out people. A couple of weeks ago, the actress spent her weekend helping out dentists with a charity organization called Glo Good Foundation. Stationed in Eleuthera, the Bahamas our actress who plays Elena Gilbert traveled with her family to help out the local community.
Nina Dobrev In The Bahamas For Charity
Dobrev shared her work on social media for her recent work. She wrote that in that tiny island of Bahamas (called Eleuthera) there is no dental service or checkup available. Therefore people have travel far just for a single dental checkup. Luckily for them, thanks to the Glo Good Foundation, some of the doctors decided to visit the island to provide free checkups and dental services to everyone.
TVD star also claims that because of the charity event, over 1200 people received treatment, making this the 5th most successful mission for Glo Good Foundation. Luckily for us, we have several of her pictures circling the Internet. There are not many who are covering this, but every good news should be given a voice to raise. The digital news media is full of negativities and this is a good way to bring more positivity.
Nina Dobrev at the Glo Good Foundation Dental Care Campaign in Eleuthera Island, Bahamas via Kristina Velkova's Instagram from 13/12/2019 pic.twitter.com/pN0qRqaAAi
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Nina Dobrev not only helped as a dental hygienist at the event, but she also served as a distraction to patients while the doctors performed their duties. Seeing all the happy smiles and joyful gestures in the photos, it seems all went well for the TVD star.
“I will never forget the people’s smiles that lit up the room; seeing them happy brought me so much happiness. My heart is so full. Until next time Eleuthera, and don’t forget to brush…”
Dobrev said in the set of pictures she shared on her Instagram. Glo Good Foundation aims to end the oral health crisis by providing oral healthcare tools, facilities, and education to underdeveloped populations.