“Making a monthly donation to Fred Hutch is my way of helping in the fight against cancer and its impact on the lives of so many people I love. I’m not a scientist or doctor, but I can still help find a cure.”
- Michelle McCormick, Sustaining Partner
Michelle McCormick, Sustaining Partner
Cancer knows no boundaries. It doesn’t know the time of year, or the age of the person it afflicts. And it is relentless. That’s why Fred Hutch scientists dedicate each and every day to finding ways to eliminate it. But to overcome a disease that never quits, we need ongoing support that we can rely on day after day, and month after month.
Sustaining Partners are among our most dedicated supporters, people who want to help fight cancer through ongoing, monthly gifts.
Becoming a Sustaining Partner is a wonderful way to help accelerate lifesaving research at Fred Hutch. But it’s also hassle-free for you and eliminates administrative and postage expenses for us.
How it works
Simply enter your checking account or credit card information on our secure site or provide your information over the phone to a Fred Hutch team member.
Next, choose your monthly gift amount and you’re all set! You can rest assured that your much needed monthly support is immediately being put to work to end cancer.
Annual invitation to come to the Fred Hutch campus for lunch with a scientist and a small group of fellow supporters
Less mail from Fred Hutch; because we can rely on your sustaining contributions, the amount of mail you receive from us will be limited
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