At Fred Hutch, we have an ambitious goal of developing curative therapies for most, if not all, cancers by 2025. But we can only get there with your help. Activating your community to give to Fred Hutch is a meaningful way you can join our quest for cures. Whether you clip in or lace up for Obliteride, scale a mountain peak with Climb to Fight Cancer, donate your birthday to Fred Hutch, or honor a loved one's memory by raising money for research, you play a pivotal role in Fred Hutch's efforts to prevent, detect and treat cancer.
Now in its eighth year, Obliteride has raised nearly $30 million for Fred Hutch's boundary-breaking research.
The average weight of a climber’s backpack summiting Mount Rainier for Climb to Fight Cancer is 35 pounds.
The only way you can climb the 832 stairs to the top of the Seattle Space Needle is by joining Base to Space.
On average, a Fundraise for Fred Hutch event generates $4,000 for cancer research.
Obliteride is the largest and best-organized fundraising event of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Join us Aug. 8, to ride, walk, run or volunteer and support lifesaving cancer research at Fred Hutch.
Experience the thrill of summiting some of the world’s highest peaks while raising money to support lifesaving research at Fred Hutch.
Climb the 832 steps to the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle and take in views of the Puget Sound region while supporting cutting-edge cancer research.
Every dollar helps our scientists reduce the threat of the novel coronavirus.