Writing can allow people to express feelings that are too difficult to say out loud. We have been encouraging teens to write about their experience with cancer in our Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest since 2006. In that time we have received thousands of heartfelt essays that contain messages of love and healing to loved Read more about Writing a ‘Last Letter’ When You’re Healthy (NY Times)[…]
Cancer Pathways Honors Sen. Karen Keiser with the Impact Award
Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the 20th Anniversary Surviving with Style Fashion Show & Gala. It was a tremendous night! You can see all the amazing Step and Repeat and event photos from 1000 Words Events.
Molly Hill, wife of late state senator Andy Hill stops by KING 5 Mornings on KONG to talk about her family’s experience with Cancer Pathways and their “Surviving with Style” Fashion Show & auction. Online registration has now closed for “Surviving with Style.” Call 206-709-1400 for ticket information.
As we open our 12th Annual Cancer Unwrapped Teen Writing Contest, we’re reminded that writing an essay can be very challenging. And writing an essay that is going to be judged, whether it’s by an admissions office or a contest judge, can leave the writer wondering how to give the reader what they want. So Read more about How to Write a Winning Essay[…]
Join us and the Capitol Hill neighborhood for the 2017 Garage Sale on Sunday, August 27th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Our sale will be located in the Clubhouse parking lot at 1400 Broadway and all proceeds will benefit Cancer Pathways’ free social and emotional services to anyone touched by cancer. Contact Sophie Rice-Sauer Read more about Attention Shoppers! Our Garage Sale is Coming Up![…]