Donate to Cancer Pathways

Other Ways to Give

In-Kind Giving

Whether it’s gift cards for travel, activities for campers, or an item to elevate one of our fundraising events — in-kind donations ensure we can continue to offer supportive programs & resources. 

The following are frequently needed items for our programs:

    • Gift cards for local grocery and big box stores (Costco, Target, Walmart, etc.)
    • Gift cards or vouchers for transportation (gas station gift cards, parking vouchers, bus passes, Orca cards).
    • Passes to local museums and cultural or sporting events

Matching Gifts

Many employers have matching gift programs and will match the charitable contributions of their employees.

Cancer Pathways participates in a number of employee giving programs, including:

  • The King County Employee Giving Program
  • The Washington State Combine Fund Drive
  • Microsoft Employee Giving Program, and more!


Not sure if your company participates in a matching program? Please reach out, and we would be happy to help.

Planned Giving

Cancer Pathways invites you to consider us in your estate plans.

Planned giving is a meaningful a way to ensure that future generations don’t have to face cancer alone.  


Your gift can have an impact for years to come.

To learn more about legacy giving, please contact Cancer Pathways’ CEO, Michelle Millman, at [email protected].



Donor-Advised Funds & Stock Transfers

Donor Advised Fund
A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a philanthropic giving vehicle that provides a tax benefit to you and allows you to grant funds to organizations of your choice.

To create a donor-advised fund:

    1. Contact your financial institution or foundation.
    2. Indicate the grant amount and list Cancer Pathways as the charitable organization.

Stock Transfer
To transfer stock to Cancer Pathways:

    1. Contact Chief Finance and Operations Officer, Maria Carbullido at [email protected] for a stock transfer form.
    2. Complete the stock transfer form and send it to your broker.

*All stock gifts must be appreciated stock and the stock must be transferred – not sold.

Qualified Charitable Distributions


Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs), also known as IRA Charitable Rollovers, allow individuals aged 70 1/2 or older to donate directly to charitable organizations from their IRA.

For more information about donating via QCD, please contact CEO, Michelle Millman at [email protected].