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Joel Schlessinger MD donates to support Holt International

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Joel Schlessinger MD donates to support Holt International

Joel Schlessinger MD recently donated a gift certificate for a free SilkPeel treatment to benefit Holt International Children’s Services, a non-profit adoption organization that works to find loving homes for children regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or gender. Holt International has helped children in countries such as Cambodia, Ethiopia, China, Haiti, India, Nepal, Mongolia, South Korea, the Philippines, Uganda, Vietnam and Thailand.

The donation made by Joel Schlessinger MD will be placed in an auction to support international adoption.

This SilkPeel treatment donated by Joel Schlessinger MD will be auctioned off at the Holt International Annual Gala Dinner and Auction. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, April 20, at the Embassy Suites Hotel in La Vista. All proceeds will go toward fulfilling the organization’s mission to “give all children the love they need and deserve.”

For more than 55 years, Holt International has been dedicated to finding permanent, loving homes for orphaned, abandoned and vulnerable children. The organization also heads several humanitarian projects around the world where families are struggling to survive due to extreme poverty and natural disasters. Established in the 1980s, the Holt International Omaha branch has found loving homes for thousands of children since its inception.

Visit the Holt International website for more information about this organization.

Joel Schlessinger MD is a strong supporter of local organizations who are devoted to changing lives.

Joel Schlessinger continues to support local organizations dedicated to improving the lives of others, especially children. Some of his past donations include:

Have you adopted a child through Holt International or another non-profit organization? Share your story with us in the comments.

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