During this time of isolation, everyone is looking for ways to stay in touch with the people and causes they care about. In the weeks ahead, we’ll be exploring new ways to connect with one another while also staying safe. Learn five easy ways you can support Gillette and create community together, from a distance.
March 26, 2020
Gillette on the Job
The Heart of Gillette: Volunteers
As we say farewell to Nancy Thomas, former Volunteer Services Coordinator, we're grateful for all the volunteers who give from the heart.
April 11, 2019
Therapeutic Recreation Provides Guidance for Activities for Children Who Have Disabilities
Rolling over, crawling. The first words, the first steps, the first bike ride. These actions seem small individually, but many serve as formative moments that represent individual progress. They’re the signs that we’re moving forward and the experiences we remember. However, for many of the patients and families at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare, these milestones are often delayed—if they happen at all.
February 24, 2019
Brain Injury and Concussion
Who Andrew Runs For: The Hospital That Saved His Life
Twenty years after a traumatic brain injury, the Twin Cities Marathon will welcome Andrew Leitner to the starting line. With his running bib emblazoned, "Gillette 1" he pays homage to hospital that he volunteers for...and the one that saved his life.
September 20, 2017
Gallery: Friends of Gillette 3k Walk and Roll
On June 4, Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare families and supporters gathered at Como Park to walk, roll and have a blast—all while raising funds to help purchase communication devices and sports equipment for children who have disabilities.
June 8, 2017