Art With Heart
Art With Heart is our signature annual fundraising event of the year. All donations from this event go toward general operating for the clinic. Here, you'll find a live auction of locally-sourced art and jewelry donated by the artists. This event typically takes place in April, and tickets can be purchased for tables.
Fall Speaker Series
This annual clinic event is usually held in October and strives to create a dialogue among the medical community about issues and trends affecting the service of the uninsured. We host a program of featured speakers in front of a large audience from the Texas Medical Center. Tickets can be purchased for tables, and any money raised goes toward general operating for the clinic.
This annual event is a special mass that is designed to bless the medical community in their endeavors in serving our community. Attendees wear their white medical coats as a symbol of unity and support of one another.
Give Kids a Smile Day
Give Kids a Smile Day is an annual event spotlighting National Children's Dental Health Month. The event focuses on providing oral health education, as well as preventative and restorative care to children. San José Clinic collaborates with the Greater Houston Dental Society and the University of Texas - School of Dentistry to provide oral exams and digital x-rays for children in advance of further treatment at the School of Dentistry.
Back to School Party
The annual San José Clinic Back to School event provides patient families with children entering grades pre-k – 6th grade with a backpack, grade appropriate school supplies and gift cards to purchase school uniforms. Generous donations from individuals, corporations and community groups support this program.
Through this program, San José Clinic works with the Greater Houston Hygienists' Society to provide sealants to children ages five to 18 years. Each year, Sealant Day provides over 100 uninsured children from low-income families with free dental treatment, including a visual examination, hygiene instruction, and oral health supplies.
This oldest patient program began more than 75 years ago in the Clinic's early years and is now a Christmas tradition for Clinic patients and staff. Families who attend the event enjoy games and party treats before receiving gifts from Santa Claus and his volunteer elves. They experience a fun and special day at the Clinic and leave with a keepsake family picture with Santa and hope for a memorable Christmas. The Clinic receives support from many individuals, companies and community groups that sponsor gift drives and volunteer on the day of the party.