3rd Annual PGCS Fundraiser was a Success!

9/27/2015 was the date and the Quinlan Arts Center was the place to be! Over 250 guests, 11 survivor artists, inspiring stories, good food, a good cause–we want to thank everyone that supported the Partnership especially our founding patrons The Gambill Family Foundation and Torbett & Becker Families. Because of your generosity and others, over $76,000.00 was raised. Mark your calendars for 2016-9/25 is the date. Details coming soon.

Sawnee EMC Foundation Recognizes PGCS

PGCS was recently recognized by the Sawnee EMC Foundation as a beneficial charity in north GA. On hand to collect their check was COO Barbara Gambill, Advisory Board Member Phyllis Ableman, and CEO Sue Sigmon-Nosach. The grant will enable PGCS to assist an additional 13 women in the area that Sawnee serves.

One Man+One Idea=SUCCESS!

Dr. Joe Weber, DDS of Gainesville had a unique way to honor his wife Lynne as she was battling ovarian cancer. Dr. Weber- with help from the WaterPik Corporation- sold chances for patrons of various dental offices, retail outlets, and other businesses to win a chance for a TEAL colored professional WaterPik. His idea- inspired by his wife-enabled him to raise over $2,500 on behalf of PGCS! Wait until you hear what he already has planned for next year!

Celebrate our selection as One of the Top Rated Charities of 2015!

PGCS was recently designated as one of 500 top-rated charities in the US by Great Nonprofits in conjunction with The Huffington Post and Guidestar International.
Please go to http://www.greatnonprofits.org to read our 5 Star reviews and leave one of your own.

Good Fortune Smiles on a Survivor

Dee Williams was the winner of this year’s commemorative mosaic “If You Could Read My Mind” portrayed in glass by fellow survivor and artist Sue Sigmon-Nosach of 2 Broken Broads and CEO of PGCS. Dee had just finished a round of chemo when she received the news and couldn’t wait to come to pick it up. Congratulations Dee!