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Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

CANCER PATHWAYS CELEBRATES TEN YEARS OF SUCCESS IN EDUCATING HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION CANCER HAPPENS: A FREE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE FOR TEENS ON CANCER RISK REDUCTION (Seattle, WA, September 2020) - Following 10 years of success in...

Mesothelioma Awareness Day – September 26th, 2020

Recognizing Mesothelioma and Asbestos Exposure for Mesothelioma Awareness Day September 26th marks the 17th anniversary of Mesothelioma Awareness Day, a time to raise awareness and educate others about this cancer. While it’s considered a rare disease, it is one of...

Cancer Happens Celebrates Ten Years

Cancer Pathways Awarded CDC Grant

Cancer Pathways is pleased to announce we have been awarded a generous two-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to expand our Cancer Happens program. This eLearning teen education program empowers teens about cancer risks and...

Volunteer Spotlight: Mike Thomason

Volunteer Spotlight: Mike Thomason

  April is National Volunteer Month! This year, we want to spotlight someone who is very special to us. Mike Thomason became involved with Cancer Pathways through Interior Architects, an architecture firm whose volunteers had not only helped us out with Camp...

Brighton Jones Volunteer Spotlight

Brighton Jones Volunteer Spotlight

Brighton Jones is a wealth management and financial advisory company that started here in Seattle. For their 20th anniversary, they sent groups of employees out to local nonprofits to volunteer for the day. We were one of those lucky nonprofits and were visited by six...

Featured Volunteer: Mike Abella, owner of 1000 Words Events

Featured Volunteer: Mike Abella, owner of 1000 Words Events

If you have ever attended the Fashion Show or the Golf Classic, you’ve seen our long-time friend and photographer Mike Abella, who has worked with us for over ten years. His first event with Cancer Pathways, which was Gilda’s Club at the time, was the 2008 Surviving...

Welcoming our new Program Director, Dr. Mary Nicholas

Welcoming our new Program Director, Dr. Mary Nicholas

  New Program Director: Dr. Mary Nicholas Cancer Pathways is pleased to welcome Mary Nicholas, Ph.D., as its new Program Director. Mary joins us during a time of growth and expansion. She will help us broaden our current programs and create innovative new programming...

Featured Volunteers: Don & Barb Berger, of the Seattle Wedding Show

Featured Volunteers: Don & Barb Berger, of the Seattle Wedding Show

For 17 years, Cancer Pathways has been the charity beneficiary of the Seattle Wedding Show, but few know the story of this connection. In the beginning, when Don and Barb Berger were at the early point in their business when they felt they could really ‘make a go of...

Featured Volunteer: Annie Fisher

Featured Volunteer: Annie Fisher

We are thrilled to feature this month’s Volunteer Spotlight, Annie Fisher. Annie donates her time and expertise to making our models look stunning as they walk the runway at Cancer Pathways’ Annual Surviving with Style Fashion Show & Gala, our biggest fundraiser...