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St. Christopher's Foundation for Children Ronald McDonald Care Mobile(R) Dental Program to be Celebrated at Foundation's Apple Blossom Ball
Date:5/7/2009

tal Medicine at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, and is overseen by the department director, Dr. Augustine 'Gus' Chialastri. Chialastri played a key role in launching the program in 2001 and continues to provide oversight for the program and the dental residents who volunteer their time on the van throughout the year. Dr. Chialastri, along with RMHC of the Philadelphia Region, Inc. President John Durante, will be recognized for their service during the Apple Blossom Ball, which will feature a brief video documentary of the program's history.

About RMHC of the Philadelphia Region, Inc.

RMHC of the Philadelphia Region, Inc. awards grants to nonprofit organizations for programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. Locally, RMHC supports the Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey and Delaware Ronald McDonald Houses, in addition to the St. Christopher's Foundation Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. The charity receives its support from McDonald's Corporation, McDonald's Owner/Operators, corporate donors and McDonald's customers. For more information, visit www.rmhc.org.

About St. Christopher's Foundation for Children

St. Christopher's Foundation for Children's (SCFC) mission is to support the health and well-being of children in the community served by St. Christopher's Hospital for Children through programs in the areas of care, outreach, research and education. Established in 1998, SCFC continues the tradition of caring for children begun by St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in 1875. The Foundation awards grants to community organizations, provides funding for charitable programs at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children that benefit patients and families, and operates a comprehensive pediatric mobile dental program. For more information, visit: www
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