Man Sings “All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” And Receives Donations To Get Them! “At the end of it, they handed me a check with about $14,550,” Evans Kamuru said. That money, meant to cover out-of-pocket costs for dental implants and Zeke’s long-term care, came from Kamuru’s friends and family. They started a What’sApp group and shared his video. They got donations from around 300 people. Kamuru said his church community is very close and very giving. They help each other for things like weddings and funerals. “Just to think that they went out of their way to do this for us is very touching and humbling,” Kamuru said. As an added layer, Gordon Dental of Leawood gave Kamuru a huge discount, making his out of pocket expense after insurance $1,800 for a savings of around $6,000. He’s thankful for all the generosity and sacrifices from the community for his two front teeth and for his family. “God cares,” Kamuru said, “even about the little details of our lives that sometimes you don’t think about.” Kamuru’s first of three procedures for his new teeth is Friday morning. It’s an 8-month process.