RoseMarie Bianchi, a dialysis patient at Chromalloy Dialysis Center and co-founder of The Sick and Elderly Program of the Hill, is getting ready for the foundation’s annual fundraiser – a big, Italian, ravioli dinner.
The Sick and Elderly Program of The Hill is a volunteer home health care foundation that provides free medical equipment and supplies to the residents of The Hill neighborhood in St. Louis, which proudly celebrates its Italian heritage.
RoseMarie and her husband, John, founded the program over 40 years ago. Today, RoseMarie is Chairwoman of the Board, John is President, daughter Debbie Hilderbrand is Vice-President, and sons Bob, John, and James are on the foundation’s board.
The Bianchi’s generosity extends well beyond the boundaries of The Hill. It is not uncommon for the foundation to provide patients in the Chromalloy Dialysis Center with much needed medical equipment. A previous Division of Nephrology news article featured RoseMarie and her son Bob.
All proceeds of the Ravioli Dinner fundraiser benefit the foundation. Click here for the flyer.
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