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Gilda’s Club

  1. Cancer Organization Gilda’s Club Changes Name Because They Forgot Who Gilda Radner Was

    Gilda's Club is a network of cancer charities that help patients cope with the disease. It is named after Gilda Radner, an original Saturday Night Live cast member, who died in 1989 of ovarian cancer. She said the disease gave her "membership in an elite club I'd rather not belong to." The Madison, Wisconsin branch of the organization announced they're changing their name to the Cancer Support Community in January 2013, leaving Gilda's legacy behind, and other branches are following suit. This isn't okay.

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  2. Spider-Man Stars Turn Paparazzi Attack Into Impromptu Charity Push

    And All Was Right With the World

    Andrew Garfield's really taking this whole superhero thing to heart. He and Emma Stone, upon finding themselves stalked happened upon (what a crazy random happenstance!) by paparazzi while enjoying nice lunch in New York City over the weekend, took advantage of the cameras pointed their way to put some good vibes out into the universe, whipping up a pair of cardboard signs to support charity organizations Worldwide Orphans Foundation (WWO) and Gilda's Club, named for legendary comedienne Gilda Radner, which provides emotional and social support to New Yorkers living with cancer:

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