Gilda’s Club hosts Bowling for Gilda Fundraiser

Event Details

Gilda’s Club Quad Cities will host it’s first Bowling for Gilda fundraiser on Saturday, July 20 from 1 – 3pm at Plaza Bowl (1119 N 2nd Street, Clinton, IA). The event includes bowling and various raffle drawings.

Tickets are $30 each and include 2 hours of unlimited bowling, shoe rental, 5 raffle tickets and a soft drink. To purchase your ticket, visit or call 563-326-7504.

Attendees of the Bowling for Gilda fundraiser help Gilda’s Club provide support to people with cancer and their families in the Clinton County. Among other services, the funds raised will provide:

  • Support groups both for someone with a diagnosis and their family members.
  • A survivorship program which helps people deal with the emotional, physical, and nutritional consequences of a cancer diagnosis.
  • Educational workshops such as Coping with the Cost of Care, Side Effects of Treatments, and New Discoveries in Treatment.

When cancer strikes, psychosocial support can be critical to one’s cancer journey. Gilda’s Club has been offering such programs since 2017 in the Clinton area. For more information on how Gilda’s Club is serving the Clinton Community, please contact Anita Shaft, Program Manager, at 563-326-7504 or [email protected]

For questions or more information on the Bowling for Gilda event, contact Stevie Lorenz, Development Director, at 563-326-7504 or [email protected]

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Gilda’s Club

Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education and hope to all people affected by cancer. As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental health professionals in the United States. Our global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

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