Staff Profiles: Beth Krallis

Beth Krallis, Communications Director 


Beth Krallis, our Communications Director joined DBCC in September 2013. Working from our Wilmington office she manages the promotional activities of the DBCC’s programs and services, fundraising initiatives, and breast cancer advocacy. She also oversees the design and production of marketing materials including press releases, brochures, audio-visual materials/presentations and media communications. In addition, Beth coordinates all social media activities and assists with special events, partnership events, and other duties as required. Born and raised in Oceanside, New York. Beth moved to Delaware in 2005 to attend the University of Delaware where she majored in International Relations with minors in History and Economics. She graduated in 2008 and moved to Wilmington. Today, she lives in Wilmington with her husband, Chris.  Beth loves the beach, reading, tomatoes, animals and hashtags.

To contact Beth, please email her at 

A PINKtober to Remember

Well friends… we certainly had an October to remember! We want to give a huge thanks to the staff members, board members, volunteers, survivors, and supporters who made magic happen over the last month. October is a time to raise awareness, support, and funds for breast cancer and every year we are blown away by how many businesses, restaurants, community organizations, elected officials, and community members come to us to raise support and awareness for the cause. Thanks to YOUR INTEREST AND YOUR EFFORTS, we are able to come together and turn awareness into action. As a local organization, we rely on local fundraising efforts to help fund our mission and programs of breast cancer support, mentorship, and education in the community. NONE OF THIS WOULD BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT YOU! 

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Just a quick recap… on our October to remember!

  • We had thirty-three (33) partnerships and breast cancer events throughout the month.  This number does not count the many donations we received from generous supporters who just came together on their own and donated the proceeds to DBCC. This includes Dewey Goes Pink, which raised $95,000 and the Georgetown Car Show which raised over $10,000 among many others.
  • We had fourteen (14) month long partnerships throughout October. These were businesses who ran month long promotions to support the cause.
  • Winner for the “Most Bizarre” funds raised goes to WSTW who auctioned off a pink unitard worn by one of their DJ’s throughout October at various events.  They chose DBCC as the recipient of the funds.  Custom Coatings & Designs bid and won it for $500! 23244391_10155883904759595_5154434169719737799_n
  • Twelve (12) new partnerships came in during October. These are organizations who we haven’t worked with before and we are grateful they came to us!
  • The State of Delaware’s Women’s Mobile Health Screening van spent 18 days on the road screening throughout the state which averages to a little over four screenings a week! They provided breast and cervical screenings, along with blood pressure screenings, cholesterol, glucose testing, to women who are traditionally underserved and/or underinsured when it comes to accessing healthcare.
  • Staff attended over twenty (20) outreach events and breast health presentations, held three (3) Pink Ribbon Teas for breast cancer survivors, one (1) ¡VIDA! Multicultural Outreach and Screening event; and one (1) educational conference with Christiana Care – Every Woman Matters.IMG_9332
  • Great Stuff Savvy and Home had a FANTASTIC month.  They ran a month long customer appreciation month with DAILY incentives to shop. IMG_9382
  • And among all that, we continued to assist countless women, men, and their families through our programs and services which will allows us to serve as Delaware’s most trusted breast cancer resource!

Special thanks to all of our 2017 October partners. If we missed you, please contact to add your name to the list. It was only an accident if you were left off. 🙂

Bel Boutique, Big Fish Grill Rehoboth, Big Fish Grill Ocean View, Big Fish Grill Glen Mills, and Big Fish Grill Riverfront, Blooming Boutique, Iron Hill, Brickworks, Capitol School District, Chaiyo Dover Sushi & Thai, Columbus Inn, Continental Jewelers, Deer Park Tavern, News Journal/Delaware Online and Delaware Auto Show, Gatehouse Media, Del-One Federal Credit Union, Dewey Goes Pink (Starboard & Body Shop Fitness Rehoboth), Delaware Sports League, Sussex Tech Volleyball, Fusion Fitness, Georgetown Car Show, Bayhealth Go Pink!, Harvest Ridge Winery, McAleer School of Irish Dance, Kings Tire and Lube Milford, Lefty’s Alley and Eats, Katie O’Rourke LuLaRoe, Melodic Movements Dance Team and Performing Arts Program, DBCC’s Monster Mile for a Cause sponsors and participants, Dover International Speedway, Painting for a Cause at Glasgow Park Barn, Tonic, Oxford Feed and Lumber, Pink Ribbon Boutique,  Plantantion Lakes, Salon Pasca, Something Sweet Gourmet, Tanger Outlets Rehoboth, Currie Hair Skin Nails Glen Mills and Justison Landing, TJ’s Auto Repair Milford and UD Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey. 



DBCC Staff Profile: Migdalia Garduno

Migdalia Garduno,

Bilingual Outreach & Screening Coordinator MG

Migdalia is our Bilingual Outreach and Screening Coordinator. She has been working for DBCC since 2014, starting as an intern she quickly settled as a full time employee. Working from our Wilmington office, she does outreach for New Castle County, and also translates for Hispanic patients on the Women’s Mobile Health Screening Van. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Mexico, she is fluent in English and Spanish, making her our second bilingual staff member. She graduated from Wilmington University in 2015 with B.A. in Behavioral Science.  Migdalia currently lives in Newark, DE with her husband Rey, their expected daughter Alessandra Ines, and their three dogs, Lalis, Romeo, and Bella.  

To contact Migdalia, please email her at