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New Gold for Kids Chair, Mark Topley

Gold For Kids Appoints New Chairman

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Gold for Kids, which helps transform the lives of children living in poverty by collecting and recycling unwanted crowns and bridges from dental practices, is delighted to announce the appointment of its new Chairman.

Mark Topley, founder of the coaching and consultancy firm Purpose Driven Business, has over 25 years experience in the charity sector, 20 of them in dentistry. 

A leading authority on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Mr Topley said he was really pleased and honoured to have been chosen as Chairman. 

“This charity is a brilliant concept, developed by its founders, dentists David Holmes and Leticia Casanova, who have impressively led it to where it is today.

Gold for Kids founders, dentists Leticia Casanova and David Holmes

“Gold for Kids stands out due to its unique and effective approach.  It partners with dental practices across the UK, collecting gold and precious metals from dental work and donating them to help children’s charities.  This not only supports sustainability but also turns everyday dental procedures into a chance to make a big difference in children’s lives.

“I’m looking forward to working with our amazing team, our committed supporters and the dental community to grow our influence and help.  By working together, we can turn simple donations into a strong force for good, improving the lives of children all over the UK.”

Since it began in 2018, Gold for Kids has raised £50K to help underprivileged children and their families with essentials like food, clothing and shelter, providing dinners during school holidays as well we counselling, education and training opportunities.

For more information about Gold for Kids and the charities we support, please feel free to browse the rest of our website.

To register interest or to request a collection, email at info@goldforkids.org