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Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids depends 100% on charitable contributions to maintain our program, and Community Events hosted by individuals and organizations play a vital role in supporting our mission.
Each year, our friends in the community host golf outings, zumbathons, chili cook-offs, football games, motorcycle rides, spa days, jeans days, percent of sale give backs, and even incorporate Gilda’s Club into their weddings or birthdays by requesting donations instead of gifts. The creative list of unique and fun ideas goes on and on
To discuss your fundraising idea or if you have additional questions, please contact Hannah Dayton, Marketing, Communications & Events Manager at 616.453.8300 ext. 120 or email@example.com
Tastes & Tours – Saturday, February 23, 11 AM – 1:30 PM at Gilda’s Club
Join Several ladies who submitted recipes for the “Leather and Lace” Cookbook (a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the cookbook benefit Gilda’s Club), Ball Park Floral, owner Jennifer Stehouwer with a sample of her talent and Chef Mick Von Doxtater as Kitchen Supervisor for tastes of recipes included in the cookbook and tours of the clubhouse! Come and taste some of these amazing recipes, learn more about Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids and enjoy some winter Clubhouse fellowship!
No reservations necessary. All are welcome! Clubhouse tours will also be available.
Feast & Flower
A special collaboration of food recipes and flowers is featured in this delightful design from Ball Park Floral. Enjoy fragrant fresh flowers and a custom cookbook created by community advocate Mick Von Doxtater, filled with delicious recipes by local women with great taste! A portion of the proceeds from this gift will be given to Gilda’s Club Grand Rapids, a nonprofit organization which provides free emotional healthcare to people on any kind of cancer journey or who are grieving the loss of a loved one. Truly, a gift that keeps on giving! Find out more on Ball Park Floral’s website.
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