Meet Jacquilin, first responder smile makeover runner up!
Meet Jacquilin De Wolf - Runner Up
Read Jacquilin's nomination submitted by her best friend below. We are so excited to give her $5,000 off her full mouth replacement treatment.
"I want to nominate the most special girl (my best friend) in the whole wold for your smile makeover. Her name is Jacquilin DeWolf. She is 29 years old, and is the most special, and kindhearted soul you could ever meet. She is so deserving of this opportunity!
She was honorably discharged from the Navy for PTSD due to getting assaulted in the service. During the assault, one of her teeth was knocked out. I think this is what started the downward spiral in her esteem. She struggled with addiction, PTSD, and a number of other emotional issues due to this event. Due to the substance abuse that followed, her teeth have taken a major hit, she is missing several teeth now, and her teeth need a total makeover. She is the SWEETEST girl in the entire world, and even with all odds stacked against her, she is doing so well in her life now!
She now, is living a life of recovery, (clean and sober), AND spends most her spare time volunteering for an organization called “Addicts to Advocates”. She does laundry, and provides meals for our downtown homeless drug addicts, turning the shame of her past into PRIDE. She is always helping our community, be it with homeless, other addicts that struggle, or volunteer work with other PTSD victims at the Veterans Hospital.
This would change so much in her life. The decay, and tooth loss truly effects her self esteem on such a deep level, this would tremendously improve her life, and self worth. She would give the the shirt off her back to a stranger, and helps so many people in her life! To be able to help her improve her quality of life in this way would be a game changer.
The one thing missing from this angels life is having nice teeth. THERE is no one sweeter, and more deserving of this opportunity. To be able to give her this last piece would be the biggest honor of her lifetime. She can’t afford to do this on her own!"