WAYS TO DONATE ONLINE:
The work of the Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto is made possible by generous contributions from individuals like you. They give us the opportunity in carrying out our mission: to create welcoming communities of free support for everyone living with cancer - men, women, youth and children - along with their families and friends. Our innovative program is an essential complement to medical care, providing networking and support groups, workshops, education and social activities.
Every single gift is important, you can help by making an ONLINE DONATION now or select one of the options below.
GENERAL SINGLE GIFT:
Making a General Single Gift to Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto helps us to sustain our philosophy of providing an inclusive emotional and social support community as an essential complement to medical treatment when cancer is in the family enables the organization to serve as a beacon for the provision of health care services in the 21st Century. Any gift level is gratefully accepted.
Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto is passionately committed to creating welcoming communities of free support for everyone living with cancer. A monthly gift provides a predictable income that allows us to better plan for the future and continue with our mission.
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Send your thoughts and show your compassion in a beautiful greeting card. Send your IN HONOUR OR IN MEMORY sentiment directly into the recipient’s inbox or let us send them a card in the mail on your behalf. You can also send a card JUST FOR FUN
We want the process to be easy. You can rest assured that our online donation process is safe and confidential. A member of our staff is available to assist you over the phone or by email should you need more assistance.
Please call us at 416-214-9898. We can take your credit card information or help you to make your gift by other means. We welcome the opportunity to speak with you.
Please make cheque payable to Gilda’s Club Greater Toronto and mail it to our office:
Gilda's Club Greater Toronto
24 Cecil Street