If Eleanor Roosevelt knew how to dress. A veritable philanthropist since the ripe age of 13 years old, Joy Venturini Bianchi has been working with charity for the developmentally disabled, Helpers, ever since. Responsible for Helpers House of Couture, amongst many other facets of the organization, Bianchi has translated her love of fashion into a truly charitable transaction, selling high-end, luxury designer wear to directly profit the group's cause.
Director, Helpers House of Couture - Charity
Place of birth:
What do you actually do all day?
Continue my mission for those with developmental disabilities.
Favorite song growing up?
Music by Chopin.
My biggest secret is…
Where do you live in San Francisco?
I had the privilege of being born in San Francisco
Uber, Taxi, BART or Bike?
My motto is…
Life is a banquet and most poor suckers are starving to death.
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The last drink I had was…
My secret crush is…
What was your first job?
Nurse's aid - St. Mary's Hospital when I was 15.
If you had one day left to live in SF, what would you do?
1. Visit St. Dominic's Church 2. Visit - Shop at Helper's House of Couture
Coming from? Going to?
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Who should we know?
Those who are weak, poor - those with development disabilities - for it is with them that we will discover within our inner being who we are and why we live on this earth.