This month we thank longtime volunteer, Omar, who learned about Camp Sparkle, our week-long summer camp for kids who have been affected by cancer, and offered to host the kids at his farm. Since then, he and his wife Mona have graciously hosted a Camp Sparkle field trip every year at their farm in Monroe, Read more about Featured Volunteer, Omar Daoud[…]
February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Week 1 Tip: Monthly self-examinations of your skin can alert you to skin changes and aid in the early detection of skin cancer. Other self-exams to help you recognize the changes in your body include breast and testicular checks. Click here to learn more about Cancer Happens, Read more about February is National Cancer Prevention Month: Skin Cancer[…]
With the end of year fast approaching, we’ve been doing a lot of reflecting…what a year! In 2016, we changed our name. HOWEVER, our mission is exactly the same: to ensure that no one has to face cancer alone. Our bright, red door is open to ANY individual touched by cancer. If you have friends Read more about Welcome 2017![…]
Check out the KING5 News coverage of our Seattle Camp Sparkle! Click here to read the full article.
On June 24th, 288+ golfers came out to support the 11th Annual Driving Out Golf Tournament to benefit Cancer Pathways. This year’s tournament had a full double shotgun, food, fun, celebrities and of course golf! Special thank you to our hosts Bryce Fisher and Jordan Babineaux, Co-chairs Dr. Jim Bianco and Jeff Nielsen for helping Read more about 11th Annual Driving Out Golf Tournament[…]