Connecting families impacted by cancer
The best part is connecting families with other families going through a similar experience in their cancer journey. It lets them know they’re not alone and can face the experience together as a community.
I got a lot more out of Gilda’s Toronto than I ever anticipated
I struggled and needed to talk about what I was going through. The give and take in the group support sessions were remarkable. I got a lot more out of it than I ever anticipated from Gilda's Toronto.
Gilda’s Toronto taught me how to live, manage, and thrive
I was in a “warrior” state but knew I needed more than the medical treatment and found it at Gilda’s Toronto.
I’m showing cancer who’s boss
I was diagnosed with metastatic triple-negative breast cancer in February 2021, when I was 37. It was an incredibly shocking and terrifying diagnosis.
Virtual Cancer Support Made A Reality With $149,000 OTF Grant
“Congratulations to Gilda’s Club on the work that’s been done with its Resilient Communities Fund grant,” said Jessica Bell, MPP for University-Rosedale. “Your ongoing work supporting and empowering people affected by cancer is critical. Thank you for your commitment and dedication throughout the pandemic and beyond.”
Let’s celebrate together!
Please join us to celebrate on June 21, 2022, at 7 p.m. EST for the premiere of the Teen Documentary Collective, a result of 10 months of collaboration, commitment and creativity between participants of the Teen Talk peer-support program at Gilda's Toronto.
Over the years, the connection has become more personal for Fiona
Over the years, the connection has become more personal for Fiona – when her close friend received a diagnosis, Fiona called Gilda’s Toronto because she knew she would get the kind of support she needed.
I was happy to be paired with someone who shared the same experiences.
"I was happy to be paired with someone who shared the same experiences" through the mentee/mentor relationship. "Amy told me things that worked for her, and I was able to try them out myself."
I found a group of people I can really connect with.
The day I was diagnosed, I just cried all day. I didn’t want to talk to anyone, not even my husband.