Joel Schlessinger donates FixMySkin Balms to Child Saving InstitutePosted by in Community
Recently, Joel Schlessinger donated 100 FixMySkin Healing Balms to the Child Saving Institute in Omaha to be given to children and families who are served by this organization. Children and families in the Omaha area have the opportunity to take advantage of the programs and services offered by the Child Saving Institute which strives to provide children, from infants all the way through high school, with a safe and happy childhood.
The balms donated by Joel Schlessinger will help children who come through the center.
The Child Saving Institute provides help with foster care and adoption as well as emergency shelter for children during times of crises. The FixMySkin balms donated by Joel Schlessinger will be given to families and children who can use them to treat common skin concerns such as eczema, psoriasis and rashes. These balms are safe to use on children of all ages and can be applied up to three times a day to relieve itching, irritation and inflammation.
The Child Saving Institute has been active for more than 120 years and Joel Schlessinger is proud to be a supporter.
The organization was founded in 1892 in the Omaha community and the organization bases their goals around their desire to always “respond to the cry of a child.” The company offers a wide range of services for children, parents and families. Kids can receive therapy and counseling as well as help developing social and emotional skills. Child Saving Institute also provides early childhood care and education.
“Basically, it [Child Saving Institute] is to help those kids in our community and their families provide a home where hopes are kindled and dreams can be achieved,” says Dawn Hovey, the Chief Development Director for Child Saving Institute.
Parenting classes and pregnancy counseling are also available to adults through the organization. These programs provide parents with the skills and tools they need to raise children in a healthy and safe environment.
To learn more about the Child Saving Institute, visit www.childsaving.org.
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