NEW WINDSOR, MD / ACCESSWIRE / August 25, 2021 / A popular Carroll County-based dentist and philanthropist, Adam Slatniske is one of the names behind the recently launched nonprofit organization, Inspiring The Way. Established by Slatniske and his partner, the charity is set to serve local communities across Maryland by promoting and supporting events where all proceeds back vital initiatives in a given area.
“It’s all about inspiring our local communities and supporting charities and other good causes in the area,” explains Inspiring The Way co-founder Adam Slatniske, speaking from his home in Carroll County, Maryland.
Recently launched by Slatniske and his partner and co-founder, Inspiring The Way is, he says, committed to promoting and further bolstering community-mindedness across Maryland and, with that, supporting crucial local causes in the process.
“At Inspiring The Way, we’re a Christian team, blessed by God’s strength to guide us through our trials and tribulations,” reveals Slatniske. “Coming out stronger, together, we’re inspired to give back to the community through His light,” he adds.
Adam Slatniske is a successful dentist and philanthropist from New Windsor, Maryland. Born and raised in nearby Sykesville, the Maryland native is widely celebrated for his efforts surrounding the provision of free dental work to those in need but struggling to access care. He’s also worked closely alongside Give Kids a Smile, providing underserved children with free oral health care.
Now, and through Inspiring The Way, he and other members of the nonprofit organization’s team are looking to work alongside individuals and groups with a passion for serving their communities. “Our volunteer team is growing,” Slatniske reveals. “And we would love for you, too, to join us.”
Former Neighbor Ride volunteer Adam Slatniske champions the program’s continued efforts
Philanthropist Adam Slatniske has long been a supporter of a wealth of charities, nonprofit organizations, and other good causes. Growing up in Carroll County, he attended South Carroll High School, where he was the captain of his football and lacrosse teams. He would later head to Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.
“It was here that I first participated in the Neighbor Ride program,” he reveals. “Driving elderly local residents who could no longer drive themselves to important appointments and helping them to run errands.”
Headquartered in Columbia, Maryland, Neighbor Ride provides local seniors with transport to faith activities, medical appointments, social outings, and more. “It’s an incredible cause and one that I’m immensely proud to have been a part of,” says Slatniske. “Long may their crucial work in the community continue,” he adds.
Following his studies at Washington College, Adam Slatniske then headed to Nova Southeastern Dental School in South Florida. Since graduating, Slatniske has used his qualifications in dentistry to focus on providing treatment to the mentally and physically disabled while also offering pro bono dental work to the HIV/AIDS and low-income communities.
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