Press & Media

Ten Bands One Cause Releases Announced from Nas, The Black Keys & More

July 27, 2022

Red Door Community has announced the 9th Annual Ten Bands One Cause lineup of pink vinyl releases. The annual charity initiative features 10 artists reissuing albums on pink vinyl to raise money for Red Door Community, formerly known as Gilda’s Club NYC, which supports those living with cancer and their caregivers. Read the full release below & learn more about Ten Bands One Cause here!

Red Door Community’s Feature in People Magazine!

February 14, 2022
PEOPLE Magazine

Red Door Community was featured in the February LOVE edition of People Magazine! Thank you to associate board member, Marissa Arnold, for her hard work and dedication to Red Door Community and for including us in her story. We’re so happy for you Joe and Marissa!

Fox 5’s Good Day New York, Hero of the Day Segment – Red Door Community

December 1, 2021
Fox 5

Red Door Community was featured on Fox 5’s Good Day New York, Hero of the Day Segment.

Red Door Community – Celebrating the Next 25

November 23, 2021
James Lane

Red Door Community, a New York City based nonprofit cancer support organization, raised more than $1 million dollars at its 26th Annual Benefit Gala, “Celebrating the Next 25.” The event took place at New York’s Cipriani 42nd Street and included celebrity appearances, musical performances, and a live and silent auction, while honoring leading individuals who are dedicated to improving the quality of life for cancer patients and their families. 

Allman Brothers, Hold Steady to Reissue LPs on Pink Vinyl for Charity

July 27, 2021
Rolling Stone

The Allman Brothers Band, the Hold Steady, Primal Scream and Grandaddy are among the artists that will rerelease albums on limited edition pink vinyl as part as this year’s Ten Bands One Cause fundraiser.

Legendary New York City Free Cancer Support Organization Is Now Red Door Community℠

July 15, 2021
Yahoo! Finance

NEW YORK, July 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The New York City organization that has offered free cancer support programs to those impacted by cancer and their families for the past 25 years announced today it will now be known as “Red Door Community” as it looks toward the next 25 years, with expanded services that will reach people living with cancer at home, in hospitals and at the organization’s iconic townhouse.