Cape Coral Fraternal Order of Eagles makes donation to Glioblastoma Support Network.

Press Release GSN receives donation.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Las Vegas, Nevada (Friday, May 21, 2021) 

The Glioblastoma Support Network, a non-profit, is pleased to announce they have received a $1,000 donation from the Cape Coral Florida Fraternal Order of Eagles.  The Glioblastoma Support Network’s mission is to provide a one-stop online resource for health care partners, and caregivers of anyone suffering from GBM from diagnosis to life after GBM. Access to clinical trial information, support from other caregivers through a mentorship program, and raising awareness through critical partnerships with other organizations involved in fighting GBM and seeking a cure.

Cape Coral Florida Fraternal Order of Eagles is a vibrant part of the F.O.E. organization. It is the second largest in the state with more than 1300 members comprised of a friendly, diverse and welcoming community. We are a non-profit organization that historically raises over $300,000 dollars annually.

The charitable contribution will help provide Caregiver Kits for those currently battling GBM (Brain Cancer).  

“Support from donors makes it possible to help those during the difficult times with GBM,” said Jaime Dyke, CEO of Glioblastoma Support Network.  “GSN can continue to provide kits to those impacted by Brain Cancer.” Local member Roberta Ruge initiated the effort having lost her husband, Peter, to Glioblastoma in 2020.  Peter was a member of the FOE Cape Coral.

About Glioblastoma Support Network
Glioblastoma Support Network is a newly founded organization providing information about the deadly disease Glioblastoma. The company operates in the United States operated by licensees in 25 countries. For more information, please visit

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