The Good Karmic Cycle of Intentional Philanthropy that Stimulates Social Change


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When Dr. James "Greg" White and his orthodontist practice firm White, Greer and Maggard became involved in specific philanthropic projects, they realized that more people also became involved with them.

Their philanthropic efforts are reciprocated, a good karmic cycle where people learn more about their advocacy, and from there learn how to be more engaged towards their communities. White's orthodontics practice target central Kentucky school systems that benefit moms and children.

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