The Violet Sessions album showcases seven innovative bands through 14 intimate live recordings. Noah Gundersen, Hey Marseilles, OK Sweetheart, Naomi Wachira, St Paul de Vence, Le Wrens and Ben Fisher contributed all in the name of supporting Project Violet research at Fred Hutch.
Seattle-based glassybaby was founded by a three time cancer survivor who found great hope and healing in the light of a lit handmade votive. Now you can support Fred Hutch with your purchase of several beautifully colored votives with 10 percent of sales donated to Fred Hutch.
When you purchase a 'believe' glassybaby, 10 percent from the sale will be donated to Fred Hutch's Family Assistance Fund.
Nest Benefit works with top-rated agents and mortgage advisors from nationally-recognized companies who help you negotiate competitive real estate transactions while saving you thousands in closing costs and rebates. Nest Benefit will donate $250 to Fred Hutch on every transaction. Program highlights include:save an additional .5 percent on every home purchase, sale or mortgage transaction. The Nest Benefit network gives you more options when choosing a real estate agent or mortgage advisor.Nest Benefit also offersfree consultations and seminars help you make the most of your real estate investment.
A Fred Meyer Rewards card provides you with shopping rebates and each time you use your card, Fred Hutch earns donations. Joining the program is free and easy, just visit the customer service desk at any Fred Meyer store to enroll in the program, and then go online to link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Fred Hutch.
Now there's a way to give back while shopping on Amazon. When you sign up and shop with AmazonSmile, Seattle-based Amazon will donate half a percent of the price of all eligible purchases to Fred Hutch.
Looking for the perfect gift? Check out the stores located in the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Rain or Shine – located in the lobby of the SCCA Clinic and Shine – located in the SCCA House. Rain or Shine sells a number of products that benefit patient programs and cancer research, including the Seattle Chocolates Extreme Dark Chocolate Bar and glassybaby votives.
If you’re a Seattle Mariners fan, support Steve Cichek and Major League Baseball players in their efforts to Strike Out Cancer. Ten dollars from the purchase of every Mariners Strike Out Cancer shirt goes to cancer research at Fred Hutch. Show your support by wearing your shirt to the games and around Seattle!
Global Goddess Beauty makeup was designed using beauty secrets from around the world. Many of their most popular products are great for women of any skin color or hair type. Global Goddess Beauty is proud to specialize in products that look great on women with medium skin tones as well as those with light and dark skin tones. Best of all, Global Goddess Beauty products are of the highest quality and are offered at affordable prices.
In support of Fred Hutch, Global Goddess Beauty will donate a portion of its proceeds to help the fight against cancer.
Naomi Spinak began a 52-week quest to encourage the Wight family when four-year-old Logan was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Naomi sent homemade cookies every week to the family and wanted to support Fred Hutch, so she penned all her recipes to support our research. A Year in Cookies can be purchased on Amazon, and all proceeds from sales of this book will be donated to Fred Hutch, in memory of Logan Wight.
The daughter of a leukemia survivor, high school junior Ali Gordon authored Ali’s Alphabet Adventure…L is for Leukemia as a way to support kids and families dealing with leukemia while also raising money for cancer research. The book’s proceeds will be donated to cord blood transplantation research at Fred Hutch.
A charming children’s book written and illustrated by Fred Hutch supporter Annika Robertson, My Sister and Me is a heartwarming story about an older sister and her adoring younger sister. Annika wrote and illustrated the book at age 13 as a gift for her older sister Karina, who had undergone a stem cell transplant for which Annika was her donor. 15% of the book’s proceeds will be donated to Fred Hutch in Karina’s memory.
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