Brush-a-mania is presented to elementary school children across Canada every April which is proclaimed Oral Health Month. Dentists and Rotarians visit schools to promote good oral and overall health. Find out how to get involved.
Brush-a-mania is a not-for-profit program designed to promote oral health and awareness among young children from Junior Kindergarten to grade 6. It was started in 2001 by the the Scarborough Rotary Passport Club and has already reached over 800,000 students.Read More
Any school in Canada may participate. All of the supplies required to run the program will be shipped directly to each school after the March break. A template script is provided. All you have to do is arrange a date and time for your presentation(s) with your school.Read More
Brush-a-mania was created by the Scarborough Rotary Passport Club in 2001. Rotarians are needed to MC all school presentations.Read More
Without the generosity of our sponsors, Brush-a-mania would not be possible. Thank you for your support.Read More