Category Archives: Bad Robot

Post-Auction Instructions & Notes of Gratitude!

TweetThank you so very much for your spectacular participation in our charity auction! As you know, the 2016 Cancer Gets LOST Charity Auction came to a close on Saturday. It was a rousing success, thanks to the tremendous generosity of … Continue reading

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Cancer Gets LOST in 2016

TweetHello, friends! We wanted to end the year by thanking you for your incredible support of our charitable endeavors, and for making financial donations both to cancer charities we support AND to Cancer Gets LOST. As most of you are … Continue reading

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CGL in 2015: An Update!

TweetHello you all everybody! This is a long overdue update about what Cancer Gets LOST has been up to and what we have planned for the next two years. FUNDRAISING In 2014, CGL raised almost $80,000 for the American Cancer … Continue reading

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316: The LOST 10 Year Reunion PaleyFest Panel & Walker Stalker Con!

TweetIn March, we were fortunate to be able to attend both Walker Stalker Con in Chicago and the LOST 10 Year Anniversary Reunion panel at PaleyFest in LA! Below is a rundown of our fantastic experiences at both. WALKER STALKER … Continue reading

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