In February, 2014 our group of health care professionals performed an oral health mission in Loitokitok, Kenya, on the southeastern border of the country, next to Mt. Kilimanjaro. The group consisted of Dr. Maureen Valley and Dr. Johny Surenkov, from the University of the Pacific, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, CA, Mr. Samson Saigilu from the Kenyan Ministry of Health, and Mr. Benson Leshan and Mr. John Nina from Loitokitok Kenya. Over a two week period, the Loitokitok Oral Health Project focused on oral health education in nine of the most remote and underserved communities in southern Kenya, mainly in the famous Maasai-land. The goals of the project were to educate on preventive measures and nutrition, to collect baseline data, and to distribute toothbrushes and toothpaste among school-aged children and adults. Thanks to Henry Schein Cares Foundation the team was able to serve hundreds of people, most of whom had never received dental care before in their lives. It was a joy to hear the many thanks from the grateful Maasai people and to see their happy faces. On behalf of the entire community, we are so grateful for the generosity from Henry Schein Cares Foundation.