Volunteer at the Hutch

People. Power. Purpose.

There are many meaningful and rewarding ways to help Fred Hutch cure cancer faster. Whether you volunteer for a study, support people in treatment at SCCA, or help out at a virtual event, you can make a difference. 

Help us learn about COVID-19

Fred Hutch is looking for volunteers to take part in research studies and trials to learn more about COVID-19 risk and transmission, explore how the virus affects the immune system, and advance new vaccines and treatments.

Other Ways to Volunteer

Ready to host your own fundraising event? Interested in helping families facing cancer? Whatever your passion, your efforts will help us improve cancer prevention, treatment and care.

 

Hosting a virtual event

Support a virtual event

We can't gather in person, but the Fred Hutch community is finding new ways to connect, engage and support the science it takes to save lives. Ready to help? Check out our upcoming events.

Tiffany O'Keefe with her three children

Volunteers provide compassionate support for patients, families and caregivers at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.

A woman receives an injection of the malaria virus from Dr. Jim Kublin during a double-blind trial of a malaria vaccine at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Participate in a Health Study

Be a health hero! Healthy volunteers are always needed to help Hutch researchers explore new ways to prevent and detect cancer and other diseases.

Scientist or Health Worker Volunteers

Because of the unique nature of our work, Fred Hutch does not offer volunteer opportunities for lab or health care workers, scientists or students. However, we are grateful for your interest and hope you will explore other ways to give.