BREAKFAST WITH THE TOOTH FAIRY: A Breakfast with the Tooth Fairy fundraiser will be held from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 28, on the fourth floor of the LSU Health New Orleans School of Dentistry administration building, 1100 Florida Ave., New Orleans.

The dental school’s student chapter of the American Dental Hygienists’ Association is holding the event to raise money for its community outreach activities and to help pay for students to attend the association’s national annual meeting.

The $10 donation for children includes a healthy breakfast, a picture with the Tooth Fairy, activities and a goody bag. Activities include face painting and story time. The $5 adult donation includes breakfast.

“Between 50 and 60 LSU Health New Orleans dental hygiene students work hard to make the event possible,” notes Tricia S. Barker, faculty sponsor for the event. “It is a magical day for all who attend.” For information and to register, send Barker email at tbark1@lsuhsc.edu.

DAUGHTERS OF CHARITY: Steve Worley, former president and CEO of LCMC Health and Children’s Hospital, will be honored with the Inspired Cross during the Keeping Our Promises fundraising gala benefiting the Daughters of Charity Foundation of New Orleans from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel, 500 Canal St., New Orleans.

The Inspired Cross award is presented annually to individuals and organizations who work with Daughters of Charity Services of New Orleans to transform health care through innovation and courage; sharing vision and risk; always open to new possibilities; and belief in our capacity and values.

LCMC Health is a healthcare system that manages hospitals including Children’s Hospital New Orleans, Touro, New Orleans East Hospital, Interim LSU Hospital and University Medical Center New Orleans.

Mary Wyatt and Kerry Milano are chairwomen of this year’s gala. Tickets are available at www.dcsno.org/ foundation. Questions should be addressed to Kayla Roman at (504) 212-9568.