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Our new building on the hospital campus, Forest B, opens June 1. Families and visitors can park in the new Forest B garage next to Emergency.

Informational Alert

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

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Because it’s not about beating the odds. It’s about changing them.

When Ellia was only 3, she was diagnosed with leukemia.

Her parents trusted Seattle Children’s Cancer and Blood Disorders Center with their daughter’s care, where expert providers are improving cancer cure rates for kids just like Ellia.

And today, she – and so many others – are in remission.

In recognition of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we invite you to help us honor and celebrate children everywhere who have faced cancer.

To every kid that “didn’t have a chance,” and to every kid that was “out of options” – Seattle Children’s is fighting for you.

With your support, Seattle Children’s can accelerate life-saving research to ensure better outcomes for kids with cancer.

Give Now

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“For those who are thinking about giving, in doing so you might give parents like us a chance to tell this exact same story.”

– Nathan, Ellia’s dad

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U.S. News and World Report Best Children's Hospitals 2021-2022 for Cancer

Our patients’ stories of hope and healing start with your compassion and generosity.

Your donation helps us reach farther and move even faster to develop improved treatments and promising cures.


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5-year survival rates consistently above the national average
100+ open clinical trials improving how we treat pediatric cancer
Only 4% of national funding goes to pediatric cancer research

There Are Many Ways to Help Fight Pediatric Cancer

Seattle Children's presents CELLebration 2021


Save the date for an inspiring virtual CELLEBRATION to accelerate the science of pediatric T-cell immunotherapy at Seattle Children’s Therapeutics.

Friday, September 10, 2021
6 to 7 p.m. Pacific time

Register Now

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On Blast! Dodgeball Tournament

Help Isaac, Tiago and Hunter Rose put childhood cancer On Blast! Support their inaugural dodgeball tournament on September 25 at Riverview Playfield in Seattle. Enjoy food trucks, an emcee and DJ, as well as prizes and awards. All ages welcome! Funds raised will support neuroblastoma research at Seattle Children’s.

Join a Team

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Going Gold Friday

On September 24, make your gift to cancer research go twice as far! All gifts of $50 or more will be matched by Builders’ Hardware up to $5,000. Don’t miss this chance to double your impact for kids fighting cancer! #SCGoesGold

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Send a Free eCard to Seattle Children’s Kids

Write an encouraging note to kids fighting cancer and other life-threatening diseases to let them know you are thinking of them.

Make a Card

Partners in Our Fight

Caffe Ladro

Purchase an icon at any Caffe Ladro location this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.


Purchase an icon at any Western Washington Ivar’s location this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Kim Caron Designs

Purchase a beautifully designed piece of Kim Caron jewelry in September and 20% of proceeds will benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Lowrider Cookie Company

This September a portion of proceeds from Isaac’s favorite cookie from Lowrider Cookie Company, Birthday Cake, will be donated to cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Seattle Storm

Stop by the Seattle Storm Team Shop to pick up a Doppler teddy bear for yourself or a friend and a portion of proceeds from Doppler teddy bear sales will be donated to cancer research.

Top Pot Doughnuts

Purchase an icon at any Washington Top Pot Doughnuts location this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Arvin Goods

Shop Arvin Goods this September and 10% of all sales will be donated to support cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Bell’s Cookie Co.

This September a portion of proceeds from Hunter Rose’s favorite cookie from Bell’s Cookie Co., S’mores, will be donated to cancer research at Seattle Children’s.

Ethan Stowell Restaurants

Purchase an icon while dining at any of these Ethan Stowell Restaurants this September to benefit cancer research at Seattle Children’s: Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, Red Cow, MKT, Rione XIII and Staple & Fancy.

Fisher Scone Wagon

The Conifer Fisher Fair Scone Wagon will be visiting local Washington grocery stores this September, serving their signature fresh-baked scones with a portion of proceeds benefiting Seattle Children’s cancer research. Follow them on social media to see where they roll to next or visit them at the Washington State Fair!

Run of Hope

Mark your calendars, gather your teams and get ready to raise money for research and especially to celebrate, remember and honor the kids who have faced pediatric brain tumors at Run of Hope Seattle on September 26. Proceeds benefit pediatric brain tumor research.

Hello Robin

This September stop by either location of Hello Robin to try Tiago's favorite cookie, Strawberry Lemonade, and a portion of proceeds will be donated to support cancer research at Seattle Children's.


This September, coins donated to Children’s Miracle Network at the 192 Coinstar machines across Washington will support cancer research at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

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