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Your interest in fundraising for Seattle Children’s means a lot to us! We depend on people like you to help us care for today’s patients while searching for better treatments and cures.

Hundreds of individuals, companies, schools and other groups host or sponsor fundraisers for Seattle Children’s each year. We hope that you are inspired to join them!

Let’s Get Started

Interested in fundraising for Seattle Children’s but unsure of the best way for you? Check out the different ways you can fundraise and browse our event ideas. We’ve also provided other useful tips to make it easy and fun!

Additional Options for Businesses and Companies

Does your business want to support Seattle Children’s? Check out the additional ways businesses and companies can get involved.

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals

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Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals) supports 170 children’s hospitals across North America and has hundreds of corporate, media and celebrity partners that host thousands of events each year. 

Seattle Children’s is the CMN Hospital for Western Washington, which means that when you contribute to a CMN Hospitals promotion in this area, such as purchasing a Miracle Balloon at stores like Costco, Rite Aid and Walmart, your donation benefits Seattle Children’s. Learn more about how your company can become a CMN Hospitals fundraising partner.

Fundraising Spotlight

Jersey Mike's Raises More Than $33,000

Jersey Mikes Subs Thank You

Thank you to Western Washington Jersey Mike’s Subs locations for raising $33,814 through their Month of Giving campaign! We appreciate their ongoing support of Seattle Children’s.

My Little Pony Convention Benefits Seattle Children’s

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Thanks to our friends at Everfree Northwest, whose third annual My Little Pony convention benefited Seattle Children’s in July. Several one-of-a- kind auction items were sold, including this unique handmade quilt, which raised $20,000!