News & Events

Thank you for Giving to the MAX!

November 20, 2012

We exceeded our Give to the Max goal! With your help we were able to raise over $12,000. Thank you for your support.

This is an exciting time for us …

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We’re increasing our capital campaign goal

October 29, 2012

Gilda’s Club Twin Cities has been blessed with amazing fundraising success in the past two years, raising more than $2.1 million despite tough economic conditions. During most of that time, …

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Gilda’s Club and CSC in the News

August 30, 2012

Gilda’s Club and the Cancer Support Community distress screening tool and support resources featured in the Wall Street Journal.

The August 29, Wall Street Journal article, “To Treat the Cancer, Treat …

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GildaGram – Summer 2012

July 9, 2012

The latest GildaGram is out! Have you read it yet? Here’s your chance. This issue is filled with great stories and information including details about the Paint the Door Red …

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Gilda’s in the News – KARE 11 coverage of the Paint the Door Red campaign

June 5, 2012

Thanks to KARE 11, Gilda’s Club Twin Cities has been on the news quite a bit lately. See all of the recent coverage here!

On May 23, we were featured during …

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Imagine a Place Breakfast

May 16, 2012


We are so excited to share with you that we surpassed our goal of raising $250,000—we raised over $270,000!

Last week Gilda’s Club Twin Cities held its second annual Imagine …

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Twin Cities, We Have Our Clubhouse!

April 10, 2012

From the Desk of Michelle Silverman, Executive Director

I am so happy to share two pieces of great news. First, we’ve purchased the building that will become the GCTC Clubhouse and …

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Volunteer Spotlight

April 1, 2012

Glenda Hawkins, Administrative Support

Volunteering with Gilda’s Club Twin Cities is a great way to experience our warm and welcoming culture. The GCTC volunteers—the best on earth, by the way—very often …

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Stories of Hope

I was 42-years old with two boys, ages eight and three, living in Dallas and working for a venture capital firm in California when I was diagnosed with colon cancer. …

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