A History of Hope

Out of the first Pink Glove Dance video in 2009 have grown hundreds of PGD videos, thousands of PGD dancers and more than a million dollars in contributions from Medline

The Original Pink Glove Dance

At Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, Oregon, 200 people danced to the catchy tune “Down” by Jay Sean. The video went viral after it launched and was featured in numerous news stories across all media.

The Sequel

How do you follow up a successful Pink Glove Dance video? By taking a cue from Hollywood with an even bigger, bolder sequel! The PGD sequel featured one original song, 4000 dancers, 14 facilities in the U.S. and Canada, and five iconic U.S. locations staring hundreds of breast cancer survivors.

The Competition

PGD is an idea that’s too big for just one camera crew. The Competition launched to tap into the creativity, joy and hard work of caregivers from coast to coast. Prizes are awarded as donations to breast cancer charities in the name of the winners.


  • 2014 PGD Competition Announced at AORN Annual Breakfast
    2014 PGD Competition Announced at AORN Annual Breakfast
    April 02, 2014
    Medline announced the 4th annual Pink Glove Dance Competition


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