Events / Programs

Hutch Holiday Gala

Join us for the 2014 Hutch Holiday Gala on Saturday, December 6 featuring an exciting new lineup, and a musical celebration with Sheryl Crow! All Help the Hutch gifts at the Gala will be matched up to $3 million thanks to a generous gift from the Behnke family.

Learn more about the Hutch Holiday Gala >

October 2014

Summer 2015
Select a peak and start fundraising now for next summer's expeditions and join in the fight against breast cancer.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Join us in Dallas and Austin to accelerate the development of targeted T-cell therapy for leukemia, lung, pancreatic, ovarian and other cancers – fueling hope for the hopeless.

December 2014

December 6, 2014
Black tie event including dinner, live, super silent and cellar auctions and late night dancing.

January 2015

Thursday, January 29, 2015
Please join us for the 50th Anniversary of the Hutch Award® on Safeco Field.

March 2015

March 2015
Thank you for joining us at University Village for the 2014 Shop & Dine to Make a Difference. Because of your generosity, gross proceeds of more than $51,000 were raised to benefit women's cancer research at Fred Hutch. Your incredible support truly makes a difference for these research efforts.

April 2015

Join us for this complimentary and unique chance to hear the latest advances in prostate cancer research from those behind the progress.
Representatives from University of Washington sororities compete for the title of "Miss Greek."

May 2015

Thanks to all of the performers and those who attended and supported this year's Dance for a Cure. Gross proceeds of more than $130,000 were raised to benefit lifesaving research at Fred Hutch, the Pete Gross House and Project Violet.
Thanks to all who attended and supported this year's event. Record-breaking gross proceeds of more than $900,000 were raised to benefit early career investigators at Fred Hutch. Please save the date to join us next year on Sunday, May 17, 2015.
Thank you to all you attended and supported Pocket Full of Hope. With your help, gross proceeds of more than $482,000 were raised to support Dr. Jim Olson, his team and Optides research.

June 2015

Thank you to all who were able to join us for this year's Moving Beyond Cancer to Wellness. With over 250 individuals affected by cancer in attendance, this year's event was a resounding success.
Thanks to all who attended and supported this year's event. More than 3,000 runners and walkers supported research at Fred Hutch. Save the date to join us next year on Sunday, June 7!
Thanks to all of you who participated in our 2nd Annual MoveMMORE-Seattle! We had a record-breaking turnout with 446 participants!

July 2015

Summer 2015
Select a peak and start fundraising now for next summer's expeditions and join in the fight against breast cancer.
Thanks to all of the attendees and golfers who supported the 27th annual Jacob Green Charity Golf Classic.

August 2015

Thank you to all who supported the 18th annual Klingman Open. Your support will make a difference in the lives of patients.
Thank you to all who supported the 2014 Bruce McDonnell Memorial Golf Classic. Your support will make a difference in the lives of patients.
August 7-9, 2015
Ride to end cancer. Register now for the Obliteride fundraising bike ride and 100 percent of every dollar raised will benefit our lifesaving cancer research. Together we can save lives faster.
Thanks to all who attended the fifth annual event, which raised nearly $155,000 for early cancer detection research at Fred Hutch and The Moyer Foundation.
Swim Across America-Moses Lake is an open water swim in Moses Lake benefiting Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

September 2015

Swim Across America-Seattle is an open water swim in Lake Washington benefiting Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.
IN for the Hutch is the perfect late night cocktail party with a twist. Mix, mingle, take a chance on some one-of-a-kind experiences and of course, dance the night away.

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