Pretty in Pink Luncheon Raises $20k!

On December 11, the Legacy Foundation of Hartford awarded $10,000 each to two local charities that serve families facing cancer Learn More

12th Annual Pretty in Pink Ball 2023

Our annual “Pretty in Pink Ball” signature fundraising event, will be held in person, yet being mindful, of Covid19 virus. Learn More

Spring Soursop Par-Tea 2023

Gardner's House Inc Presents: Spring Soursop Par-Tea Sunday, April 23, 2023 at 6pm Location Sportsmen's Athletic Club 2976 Main Street, Learn More

PIP Honor Award 2020

Elba Cruz Schulman Elba Cruz Schulman was born and raised in Arecibo, Puerto Rico.  After coming to New York City Learn More

PIP Community Award 2020

On behalf of the members of The Board of Directors of the Collin Bennett Building, I humbly accept the 2020 Learn More

Hope a Journey to Triumph Book Project

This project which highlights the stories of 20 individuals whose lives have been transformed by Cancer. Many of these individuals Learn More

Empowering Breast Cancer Survivors

Hartford, CT, Wednesday, August 7, 2019--The national rate of breast cancer detection is on the rise. Connecticut has the second Learn More

Pretty In Pink Ball and Cancer Walk 2019

Sunday, October 6th, 2019 Breast Cancer Walk 9:00am Sign up & Walk with the Gardner's House Inc Team   Saturday, Learn More

Travelers Golf Championship Birdies for Charities

The Mission of Gardner’s House is to bridge the gap between the medical support of the Cancer Patient and the Learn More

Breast Cancer Walk

Sign up & Walk with the Gardner's House Inc Team Make strides to end breast cancer Bushnell Park, Hartford, CT Learn More

7th Annual Pretty in Pink Masquerade Ball

October 13, 2018 Hosted by Gardner's House, Inc. Executive Committee Tickets $55 in Advance | $60 at the doorDoors open Learn More

Gardner’s House Interview with Melinda Johnson

March 2016 Watch Maggie's interview with Melinda Johnson - The Spirit Centered Woman. She's the 2nd guest, starting at 12:08 Learn More

Breast Cancer Walk

October 18, 2015 Learn More

Concrete Garden Program

March 28, 2015 Saturdays: March 28th  April 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th  May 2nd Learn More

Breast Cancer Walk

October 19, 2014 Learn More

CREAM Dinner

August 16, 2014 Learn More

48th Annual 3 Day Celebration

June 27, 28, & 29, 2014 Learn More

No one should be forced to choose between the family they love, their own health, and the job they need to make ends meet. Join the Campaign for Paid Family Leave and help make paid leave a reality for all Connecticut workers!

A few ways to get involved:

1. Share your story! When you needed time to care for yourself or your family, did you have access to any form of paid leave? If so, what difference did that make? If not, what sorts of challenges did you face? Submit your experience to our Story Bank to help us make the case for paid leave.

2. Make your voice heard! Will paid leave help you, your family, or your business? Contact your State Senator and/or Representative to tell them why paid leave matters to you. Unsure of who represents you? Find out here. For guidance, check out our sample script below and visit our website for talking points and a sample script.

3. Check out our Community Action Toolkit for ways to raise awareness about the need for paid leave in your own community by hosting a house party, writing a letter to the editor, or speaking to your own town council or local government.


Contact Maddie Granato
or 860-610-6051


She was diagnosed with breast cancer January 2015. Gwendolyn illness was very complicated and she is still in treatment. The medical expenses and copay has caused additional financial problems. She spent most of the time in the hospital trying to tolerate chemo she has had two surgeries removing both breast. Her former position was Medical billing Director. Her income reduced significantly. She has lost her car, home and have to move she is in need of shelter If, she does not receive help she will become another statistic of homelessness She is currently in treatment for another infection .Gwendolyn is on a wound Vac to heal the right breast. This has to be worn 24 hours a day and taking Hyperbaric chamber treatments for another eight weeks every day two hours a day. She has numerous doctors because of all of the complication and this has became very expensive. The infection cause pulmonary embolisms in both lungs, she is in treatment for this as well. She is the mother of six children. I am asking for your help to help her get through this trying time.

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