• Blog

  • South Africa Project, Part 4: Volunteer Experience

    The South Africa oral care project had a great impact on the Ndebele Kingdom, and as a result, 983,000 children will benefit from it. Volunteers of the oral care program also found the project to be enlightening and rewarding. We interviewed dental hygienist Karen Hall, to find out about her experience volunteering in South Africa. What prompted you to join this project?                           ...

  • World Oceans Day

    The Humble Co. celebrates World Oceans Day to remind everyone of the major role the oceans have on our daily lives. The oceans produce most of the world’s oxygen through plants such as phytoplankton, kelp, and algal plankton. In addition, the oceans moderate the earth’s climate, influence our weather, and affect our health. Much of our food and medicine also comes from the ocean. Because our survi...

  • South Africa Project, Part 3: Lasting Impacts

    Many kids throughout the world do not have the means to care for their oral health. Not only do they lack access to dental clinics, they also do not own toothbrushes or toothpaste. As a result, many children suffer from pain and oral diseases. To try and fix this problem, The Humble Co. donates oral care products to children in need. However, simply donating products is not enough, which is why we...

  • South Africa Project, Part 2: Gogo’s Give Smiles

    Earlier this year, members of Humble Smile Foundation (HSF) and International Association of Dental Students (IADS) flew in to South Africa from ten different countries. They were invited by King Makhosonke II and Princess Agnes to improve oral health integration in communities within the Ndebele Kingdom. The team spent three days researching and collecting data from five schools and some homes. A...