The Holiner Psychiatric Group Helps to Make the Holidays Brighter for Foster Children

This year, the Holiner Psychiatric Group had the privilege of working with the Buckner Foundation in Dallas for the first time to provide a better Christmas for foster children. The Buckner Foundation, a non-profit organization, has a foster care and adoption program, which provides families for children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected.

The entire staff at the Holiner Psychiatric Group participated in sponsoring 16 foster children at the Buckner Foundation. The staff members bought many toys and necessities that were on the children’s wish lists.

Our doctors provided more than 200 cowboy hats and sheriff deputy badges that will be given to each child during the Buckner Foundation’s annual holiday party, which will be held at a ranch in December.

“We’re happy to contribute to the Buckner Foundation in its efforts to bring joy to foster children during the holiday season,” said Dr. Joel Holiner, founder of The Holiner Psychiatric Group.  “I’m proud of our staff members and doctors for their generosity in helping the children experience a wonderful holiday, which they deserve.”

The Buckner Foundation helps to transform the lives of vulnerable children, families and elders through faith-based ministry. Visit the foundation website to learn more about the organization

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