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Learn about progress on health equity and anti-racism efforts in Seattle Children’s fourth quarterly report.

Giving

More than 100 years ago, Seattle Children’s was founded by a group of philanthropic women to care for children regardless of race, religion, gender or a family’s ability to pay. Their generous spirit remains as Seattle Children’s continues to provide specialized care to all kids who need us, regardless of their family’s ability to pay. Our experts, with the support of donors and volunteers, provide clinical care and research in the relentless pursuit to improve lives today and create better tomorrows. There are many ways to donate and get involved with Seattle Children’s to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families.

Join us.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month ribbon

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Meet Harper. Harper was diagnosed with leukemia at only 6 months old and was rushed to Seattle Children’s to receive treatment. Chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant couldn’t cure Harper, but a new approach – immunotherapy – was able to help Harper beat cancer. Learn more about Harper and her journey with Seattle Children’s.


Your Gifts Power

373,939 annual patient visits last year
45 clinical facilities across 4 states
400+ clinical trials over 15 years

Popular Ways to Give

These options make it easy to give and help support Seattle Children’s mission to provide hope, care and cures to all the patients and families we serve.

$25 One-Time Donation

Making a donation of $25 helps provide hope, care and cures for kids.

$25 Monthly Donation

Making a monthly donation helps provide hope, care and cures for kids all year long.

Give in Honor of a Loved One

Our membership programs celebrate and thank some of our most committed supporters.

Make Your Shopping Count

From gifts to dining, there are many ways to give back while shopping at local stores and restaurants.

Make Your Shopping Count for Kids

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and we have partnered with some of our loyal community supporters to help raise money and raise awareness for pediatric cancer care and research.

Alpha Martial Arts will donate 50% of all karate trial memberships purchased in September to support pediatric cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Arvin Goods will donate 10% of online Sales throughout the month of September. Visit Arvingoods.com to stock up on socks made from organic and recycled materials, helping to reduce waste and lessen the impact on the environment.

Need a plumber? Throughout September CPI Plumbing will match up to $2500 in donations made to cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Get ready to Sweat for a cause! On Sept. 24, proceeds from the 1 p.m. class at Cycle Bar Lake Union will benefit Seattle Children’s. Book your class now!

Seattle Tavolàta locations will be offering a special Seattle Children’s chef’s choice menu from Sept. 1 through Sept. 14. The price will be $125 for two people with 20% ($25) donated. Donations can be made at all Ethan Stowell Restaurant’s through September with the purchase of a Seattle Children’s whale Icon.

Enjoy a fresh-baked Fisher scone at the Washington State Fair in September – or year-round when the Fisher Scone Wagon visits local Washington grocery stores. A portion of proceeds benefits Seattle Children’s cancer research. Follow them on social media to see where they roll next!

Enjoy a meal and make a difference! Purchase an icon at any Western Washington Ivar’s location this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, of Lamb & Co. and HGTV's Unsellable Houses are proud to support Seattle Children's this September, during Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Enjoy a delicious treat for breakfast or with your coffee and support Seattle Children’s! Purchase an icon at any Washington Top Pot Doughnuts location this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Events

Light Up Building Cure

light up event.jpgSept. 8 – Check out Building Cure as it is lit up in gold in honor of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

On Blast Dodgeball Tournament

On Blast logoSept. 10 – Build your team and join us at an Alaska Air hanger at SeaTac to play dodgeball in support of Seattle Children’s.

2022 Run of Hope Seattle

run-of-hope-2022.jpgSept. 25 – After three years, the Run of Hope is back in person at Seward Park. Register here for the 5k run or 3k walk to raise money and awareness for pediatric brain tumor research at Seattle Children's Hospital.

Colton’s Army Guild Golf Classic & Auction

colton classic.jpgSept. 26 – This is a fun filled event for golfers and non-golfers alike in support of Seattle Children’s childhood cancer research and uncompensated care.

Ways to Get Involved

There are dozens of ways to get involved with Seattle Children’s – from making a gift to starting a fundraiser. Find the way that works best for you.

Harper plays with her parents.

Join a Guild

Get involved with Seattle Children’s Guild Association, an all-volunteer fundraising network of more than 4,000 people and over 300 guilds. Our guilds raise funds through a variety of fun and community-centered events, from auctions to 5ks. Learn more about the guilds in your area and how to get involved.

Our Guild Association is the largest all-volunteer fundraising network for any hospital in the nation. We serve as the umbrella organization for all our guilds, and we support their efforts by providing inspiration, fundraising advice and resources.

Join or start a guild today.

A girl plays in a pool.

Fundraising Events

Events are a great way to help support Seattle Children’s. From dodgeball tournaments to flea market stalls to galas, there is an event for everyone. Learn more about how you can volunteer or attend an event in your area or how you can start your own fundraising event.

Whether you are looking to volunteer or give, you can find a list of our upcoming events in your area here.


Seattle Children’s Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Our federal tax identification number is 91-1156519.

A copy of the latest financial report, registration filed by this organization and a description of our programs and activities may be obtained by contacting us at PO Box 5371, M/S 818-F, Seattle, WA 98145-5005. Seattle Children’s Foundation was formed in Washington state. If you are a resident of certain states, you may obtain financial information directly from the state agency.


 

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