Honor a Loved One

Give a Tribute Gift

Some occasions are so momentous that they require an especially thoughtful gift. Whether it’s a birthday, wedding, anniversary, survivorship celebration or other milestone, giving a gift to Fred Hutch in a loved one’s name is a memorable way to recognize these important events.

A memorial gift card

Honor and Memorial Gift Cards

Giving a gift in a loved one’s name is the perfect way to celebrate special events like birthdays, holidays and weddings. It’s also a special way to honor a caregiver, nurse or doctor or remember a loved one who has passed away.

Give a Gift
Michael Rubin and his daughter pose with their slate on the Fred Hutch campus in Seattle

Bricks and Slates

Become a permanent part of Fred Hutch’s campus and support cancer research with an engraved brick or slate. You can customize your brick or slate with your own personal message, and we will place it in the Mundie Courtyard on campus.

Buy a brick or slate
People interact with the "in memorial" wall in the Weintraub Building at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Memorial Wall

Making a gift to Fred Hutch is a thoughtful way to honor the memory of a loved one who has passed away. Fred Hutch’s memorial wall recognizes gifts of $5,000 or more.

 

Remember loved ones
A table at a wedding with flowers and gift to Fred Hutch cards.

Wedding Gifts

Celebrate your special day and support cancer research in two unique ways: Make a gift to Fred Hutch with wedding cards instead of having favors at your wedding, or invite your loved ones to give to Fred Hutch in lieu of purchasing a wedding gift.

Commit to research

Fundraise for Fred Hutch

Fundraise for Fred Hutch is a tool made just for you! Encourage family and friends to donate to the Hutch in honor of your birthday, wedding or athletic achievement, an important cancer milestone or the memory of a loved one. Each personalized fundraising page provides your donors the opportunity to make an online gift that supports cutting-edge cancer research.

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Last Modified, October 28, 2019