• Conejo Free Clinic Receives Major Gift to Dental Clinic from Pozzi Family

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    August 16, 2022
                                    Conejo Free Clinic Receives Major Gift to Dental Clinic from Pozzi Family
    The Conejo Free Clinic in Thousand Oaks is pleased to announce a $200,000 leadership gift to the Conejo Free Clinic
    Dental Clinic honoring the life of Bruno Pozzi, founder of American Tooth Industries, Oxnard.  Mr. Pozzi was a
    leader in the dental and orthodontic manufacturing industry for over 50 years.
    “This gift is made by Bruno’s family, Victoria, Brando, Karla, Emilio and Elizabeth Pozzi of Camarillo in memory and
    honor of their late husband and father,” said Leanne Tapper, CFC Executive Director. “Their generous gift will exclusively
    sponsor a patient treatment room in Bruno’s name.  It will also help us launch and sustain three transformational new CFC
    dental initiatives over the next five years: our upcoming UCLA School of Dentistry Residency, new Children’s Orthodontics
    Program and expanded care for former patients of the now closed Salvation Army Dental Clinic in Oxnard.”  Also in Bruno
    Pozzi’s name, thousands of low-income Ventura County residents will receive dental care free of charge for years to
    come--  children, families, foster youth, seniors, the homeless and near-homeless, veterans, special needs and Alzheimer’s
    “The Pozzi family is proud to support the Conejo Free Clinic Dental Clinic in memory of Bruno Pozzi,” said Victoria Pozzi. 
    “Bruno believed dental health was essential to both physical and mental well being.  We feel this gift is a perfect way to
    honor his legacy while providing services to community members in need."    

    Visit the CFC online at http://www.conejofreeclinic.org

    Susan Murphy