Ivoclar Group unveils its own aid program Ivoclar Joy

 Ivoclar Joy
The Ivoclar Joy logo expresses the company’s global commitment.

Jointly with the Ivoclar Vivadent Charity Foundation, the Ivoclar Group has been supporting a variety of social projects around the world for many years, with the aim to help people in less privileged regions. 

Celebrating its 100-year anniversary, the Liechtenstein-based family business is now unveiling its own aid program called Ivoclar Joy. The program’s main beneficiaries will be children and young people across three continents.

Comprising a workforce of roughly 3700 employees, the group of companies has been dedicated to ensuring that people have the best possible oral health and quality of life worldwide for a century.

Following several years of determined work, the Ivoclar Group launched its own international aid program called Ivoclar Joy in 2022, at the behest of Christina Zeller, supervisory board member responsible for CSR. The program is accompanied by a steering committee and an operational project management team.

With Ivoclar Joy, the company’s primary goal is to provide dental care to children and young people in underserviced regions worldwide. In addition, the program aims to raise awareness about oral health in these groups to enhance their potential for a positive and successful future. 

After having laid the groundwork, Ivoclar is now unveiling its aid program to the public as part of its anniversary celebration.

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