Gilda’s Club Westchester

Gilda’s Club is a nonprofit network of affiliate Clubhouses where men, women and children living with cancer, as well as their friends and families, meet to learn how to live with cancer, whatever the outcome. Gilda’s Club is named in memory of comedian Gilda Radner, who died from ovarian cancer in 1989. Gilda is best known for her work on NBC’s Saturday Night Live.

Who needs Gilda’s Club Westchester?

Anyone touched by cancer, any type of cancer, whether newly diagnosed or a long-term survivor is welcome at Gilda’s Club Westchester. Members are women, men and children, and their families and friends.

Living with cancer involves more than doctor’s appointments. Gilda’s Club Westchester offers information, friendship, support and community in a home-like environment.

What happens at Gilda’s Club Westchester?

At Gilda’s Club Westchester, you’ll find free cancer support, networking, information, lectures, family support groups, social events and children’s programming in a warm, non-residential setting. We laugh, we love and we learn to live with cancer — together.