We honor all our supporters who fund vital research that saves lives at Fred Hutch. Those individuals and organizations who are able to impart their passion for lifesaving science into significant annual and major gifts to Fred Hutch enjoy select benefits and recognition opportunities through our giving clubs and philanthropic gifts program.
Innovators Network (IN) is the next generation of leaders who share a commitment to eliminate cancer and related diseases as causes of human suffering and death. Geared toward those under 45, IN members make annual gifts of $1,000 or more to support cutting-edge research.
Through the Cure Starters Circle, Fred Hutch offers our community a critical opportunity to advance the pace of research breakthroughs, bringing hope and health to patients around the world. With your annual gift of $2,500 or more, you join a dedicated group committed to bringing new ideas to patients more quickly, fueling the development of lifesaving new therapies.
The President’s Circle — a distinguished group of individual and corporate members who share Fred Hutch’s vision for the elimination of cancer and related diseases — provides critical, aggregate funding to speed the development of new ideas and innovations in research as they emerge.
Fred Hutch’s Thomas Legacy Society honors generous people who have made an investment, through a future gift, in improving the lives of patients in years to come. Individuals who establish a gift to Fred Hutch through their will, trust or other planned gift are integral to the future of life-transforming research.
The Nobel Laureates Circle recognizes benefactors who have made cumulative gifts of $1 million or more. These key contributors are permanent members of the Circle which was established in 2001 to honor Fred Hutch's Nobel Prize recipients, Drs. E. Donnall Thomas (1990), Lee Hartwell (2001) and Linda Buck (2004).
Those who wish to make a dramatic impact on accelerating cancer research may fund new technologies and science to improve detection and treatment of many cancers, which can yield substantial improvements in the survival and quality of life for thousands of people each year.