Community Spotlights

Cancer Happens Celebrates 15 Years

Cancer Happens Celebrates 15 Years

CANCER PATHWAYS CELEBRATES 15 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 15 years of success in...

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...

Meet Our Health Educators!

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...

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: 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...

Featured Volunteer, Omar Daoud

Featured Volunteer, Omar Daoud

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...