DETROIT, Mich (WXYZ) - The owners of a Royal Oak salon are helping to give back to the community by holding a special charity event for Gilda's Club.
The owners of the Bleach Salon in Royal Oak are putting on the charity gala. It will take place October 3rd at 7 o'clock at Cliff Bell's in Detroit. The proceeds will be given to the Gilda's Club organization. Tickets are 35 dollars and can be purchased at the Bleach Salon or at the door on the night of the event.
Gilda's Club is an organization that offers emotional support to people of all ages who are fighting cancer. The free program was set up in honor of former Saturday Night comedian Gilda Radner, She wanted to set up a support system for cancer victims like the support she received during her battle with ovarian cancer. Radner died from the disease in 1989.
The first Gilda's Club opened in New York City back in 1995. Today there are 22 clubs throughout the country.
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