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Phoenix, AZ 85004

2018 Smiles for Success Gala

Celebrate World Smile Day with us and give the gift of a smile at the 2018 Smiles for Success Gala!

When: Friday, October 5th, 2018

Where: Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch

Cocktails: 5:30 PM 

Dinner: 6:45 PM 

Individual Tickets – $150

Tables of 10 – $1,500

Click here to purchase tickets!


We are pleased to announce that our Gala Chair is Maureen Perry, DDS, MPA, MAEd & Associate Dean Post-Doctoral Education Director at A. T. Still University‚Äč, Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health!

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here to view our sponsorship packet!

 SEEKING AMAZING ITEMS for the Smiles for Success Gala!

We are looking for unique experiences and donations for our Drawing.  Your donation gets you $100 of tickets to try your luck on winning a valuable drawing package.

Packages include:

  • Dining Experiences with a chef, artist, community leader, etc. Cooking classes and kitchenware
  • Taste of the Town (restaurant gift cards)
  • A New You Makeover (spas, hair, make-up, wardrobe)
  • Travel & Resort Staycations (time share, condos, luggage, etc.)
  • Precious Bling (jewelry, watches, handbags)
  • Family Fun & Entertainment (cultural, movie, museum tickets)

If you would like to donate, please call 480-332-1500 or email


Smiles thanks its newest sponsors in support of the 2018 Smiles for Success Gala! 



A special thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 Holiday Gala! 

A special thank you to our 2017 Holiday Gala sponsors:

Master Magician Presenting Sponsor:

Faith & Hope Sponsor: 


Thank you to our beautiful venue, Chateau Luxe, for hosting us!

Smiles Beyond the Bars (Smiles), an Arizona nonprofit organization, changes the lives of formerly incarcerated men and women by restoring them with happy and healthy smiles. Through the generous in-kind donation of services and medical supplies by a committed network of dental professionals and labs, nearly 200 deserving, formerly incarcerated recipients in Arizona have had extensive dental treatment performed after suffering the effects of drugs, poverty, and prison. With several million dollars in dental procedures done since its founding, these recipients have successfully transitioned into society and currently have a 0.1% recidivism rate. For more information, please visit