Events allow our corporate partners to reach target audiences who are passionate supporters of our research. Increase your company’s visibility and name recognition through event programs, signage, and other materials while fueling innovation. Event sponsorship opportunities and benefit packages are available at numerous events throughout the year, at a variety of different levels. For more detailed information about the opportunities listed below, please see our event sponsorship grid.
Note: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, not all events will take place. Please check with your Fred Hutch representative for an update.
A unique opportunity to climb some of the world’s most breathtaking mountains and accelerate cancer research
Luncheon on the field at T-Mobile Park honoring the annual recipient of the prestigious Hutch Award®, which recognizes a pro baseball player for their accomplishments
Annual summer party of the Innovators Network, a group of young professionals that funds early-stage research at Fred Hutch
The Northwest’s largest and best-organized community fundraising event, Obliteride brings together people of all ages to bike, walk, run, and volunteer to support cancer research
An exclusive opportunity to climb the open-air stairwells to the top of the Space Needle and take in breathtaking views of the Puget Sound region
A cocktail party with a twist! Mix, mingle, and dance the night away with emerging leaders who are members of the Innovators Network
A sparkling evening of inspiration and impact, this elegant black-tie event brings our community together for a celebration of progress toward cures
Three per year
An engaging forum for Fred Hutch researchers to share with supporters how philanthropy is helping accelerate new ideas and innovations in research
Two per year
A small and intimate dinner that brings guests together with our scientists for an evening of food and dynamic conversation
Three per year
A networking event for Innovators Network members and guests to connect with other young professionals and learn about research at Fred Hutch