Cancer Pathways in the News

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...

Cancer Happens eLearning

Cancer Happens eLearning

Hello Educators, As schools across the country are closing due to (COVID-19), Cancer Pathways is here to help students continue their education from home. We would like to offer our online modules, Cancer Happens® eLearning, to those students and faculty working...

Cancer Happens eLearning

Meet Our Health Educators!

Meet just a few of the fantastic folks who present Cancer Happens, our teen cancer prevention curriculum, in high schools in Washington state and beyond! Dana Alvin ♦ Alma Mater: University of Georgia ♦ Degree: Masters of Public Health ♦ Joined Cancer Pathways: August...

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 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...

February is National Cancer Prevention Month: Week 4

February is National Cancer Prevention Month: Week 4

February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Week 4 Tip: E-Liquids may contain toxic chemicals as well as nicotine, an addictive substance.  Teen use of e-cigarettes has increased at an alarming rate in the U.S.  Talk about the risk of vaping with our youth. Click...

February is National Cancer Prevention Month: Week 4

February is National Cancer Prevention Month: Week 3

February is National Cancer Prevention Month! Week 3 Tip: Move more every day, in any way!  60 minutes of exercise daily will help to maintain a healthy weight.  Higher amounts of body fat increase your risk of developing over 10 different types of cancer. Click here...

20th Annual Surviving with Style Gala

20th Annual Surviving with Style Gala

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. [masterslider id="3"]

Thank You to the Mariners Wives Group

Thank You to the Mariners Wives Group

Camp Sparkle got to spend the day with some of the Seattle Mariners' Wives! From leading a mosaic art therapy activity to serving all the campers and counselors lunch, we had such a great time having you here with us! From all of us at Camp Sparkle and Cancer...

Thank You Liberty Mutual Volunteers

Thank You Liberty Mutual Volunteers

Liberty Mutual Volunteers: We had six generous, hard working volunteers serve Cancer Pathways today on behalf of Liberty Mutual's Serve with Liberty initiative. All six were intrinsically drawn to our mission and had already checked out our social media and website...