The work of Gilda’s Club Evansville is made possible by generous contributions from individuals like you, as well as sponsorships and grants from corporations and foundations. Unrestricted gifts for our general operations offer the greatest flexibility in carrying out our mission: to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action, and sustained by community. Every gift is important, and there are many easy ways to donate.
Make a One Time Donation
Make a Recurring Donation
$20.83 every month will fund one person’s participation in a weekly support group that meets them at their point of need.
$41.66 every month will fund support for one child in our specialized program for youth called Noogieland and Teen Connect. These are youth under the age of 18 that have a cancer diagnosis or that have a family member with a cancer diagnosis. Camp Gilda – a summer camp for kids impacted by cancer between the ages of 6-18.
Ain’t It Grand
$83.33 every month provides the full Gilda’s Club Program to one person living with the impact of a cancer diagnosis. You’ll be making it possible for men, women, children and families to find strength and hope by sharing their experiences with others that ‘get it’.
Interested in committing at a higher level and over a longer period of time? Learn more about our Beyond the Red Door Society Pledge Levels.
Please mail your check to our clubhouse office:
Gilda’s Club Evansville
5740 Vogel Rd
Evansville, IN 47715
We welcome the opportunity to speak with you. Please call us at 812-402-8667.
If you are interested in making a planned gift to Gilda’s Club Evansville, please complete this form.
If you are interested in being a corporate sponsor, please complete this form.
Many companies have giving programs (e.g. United Way) that make donating easy. Please check with your company for information.
Matching Gifts: You can increase your donation with employer matching funds. Please check with your company for information.
ANN’S KITCHEN CAMPAIGN
The idea to establish Gilda’s Club Evansville (GCEVV), (named for the late comedian, Gilda Radner), first originated in 2007 with Ann Moore, a local United Methodist Church member, shortly after she began her journey with cancer. Even though Ann lost her battle with cancer in 2009, her passion and enthusiasm lives on in a committed team of community leaders – including the people of the United Methodist Churches.
They are supporting Gilda’s Club Evansville by raising funds for the ongoing sustainability of “Ann’s Kitchen”. This effort unites the members of over 250 United Methodist churches in Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky within a 75 mile radius of the Clubhouse.
Every United Methodist Church has an opportunity to participate!