10th Annual Holy Family Villa Dinner Benefiting Holy Family Villa’s Therapy Department
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 by Communications


The 10th Annual Holy Family Villa Awards Dinner will honor Dr. Jospeh Kowalczyk, Fr. John Nicola and Sister Cindy Drozd, SSFCR and Sr. Mary Ann Dosen, SSFCR, respectively, for their outstanding dedication and service at Holy Family Villa. This event features: pick –a-prize raffle, cocktails, hors d’ouevres and dinner, and a Grand Raffle with cash prizes. This year’s proceeds will benefit enhancements in Holy Family Villa’s Therapy Department.

Chicago Gaelic Park, 6119 West 147th St., Oak Forest, IL. 60452

Sunday, March 24, 2019
3 p.m. Reception
4 p.m. Dinner & Program

Tickets are $100 each. Register online at www.catholiccharities.net/hfvdinner

For more information about the event and for sponsorship opportunities, please contact Annie Scully at 312-948-6797 or ascully@catholiccharities.net.

About Holy Family Villa 
Holy Family Villa offers 129-beds for a long term residency and short term rehabilitative care, as well as outpatient therapy. Holy Family Villa fulfills the mission of the Catholic Church to care for seniors and other individuals in need by providing a compassionate, competent, and professional array of services
in a nurturing/holistic environment that fosters dignity, health and independence. Holy Family Villa is accredited by The Joint Commission.

About Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese Chicago
Helping anyone in need since 1917, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Chicago is one of the largest private, not-for-profit social service agencies in the Midwest. Every 30 seconds someone counts on Catholic Charities for help.  Catholic Charities fulfills the Church’s role in the mission of charity by providing compassionate, competent, professional services that strengthen and support individuals, families and communities. Each year we assist anyone in need in Cook and Lake Counties without regard to religious, ethnic or economic background as they journey on their paths to self-sufficiency. Return | Print