Cancer Won’t Wait
This group is for young adults to learn more about the work we’re doing throughout the year, how you can get involved, and socialize with other young adults in the Seattle area. Join us!
Please reach out to [email protected] if you’re interested in joining. Check out the calendar for our next scheduled meeting.
Join us at the Seattle Clubhouse to give back. Our lively volunteer community helps us with the behind-the-scenes, hands-on tasks that enable our programs and events to thrive. Check out the calendar for the next scheduled volunteer work party.
Bryce Fisher Golf Tournament
Friday, July 12, 2024
Join us for the 17th annual Bryce Fisher Golf Tournament at The Golf Club at Newcastle. Get your friends together, grab your clubs, and come have a good time while supporting cancer survivors and the many community programs Cancer Pathways offers.
Reuben’s Brews’ Gratituesday
Enjoy a night of community, laughter, and good beer with Cancer Pathways at Reuben’s Brews Taproom. For every pint, taster tray, or Crowler of beer to-go purchased, Reuben’s will donate $1 to Cancer Pathways, along with proceeds from the sales of Reuben’s limited-edition Crush Cancer hazy IPA.
Surviving with Style Fashion Show & Gala
Saturday, October 19, 2024
Cancer Pathways is proud to announce our 27th Anniversary of Surviving with Style! Join us for a night of celebration, hope, and community. The evening features a fashion show for cancer survivors, where they are cheered on by family members, friends, and community supporters.
Best Medicine Improv & Comedy Show
This November we’re thrilled to host our first-ever Best Medicine Improv & Comedy Showing, starring members of Cancer Pathways’ very own Best Medince Support Group. Stay tuned for information about this new community event.
Pinky Brindle Tribute Match
The Pinky Brindle Tribute Match celebrates those in our lives impacted by cancer. Thank you, Alec and Sofia Brindle, for inspiring this ‘month of love’ with a match challenge in honor of Alec’s late mother, Cornelia “Pinky” Brindle, and thank you to all of you who joined us by making tribute gifts of your own. Together, we raised $50,250 for Cancer Pathways’ support & education programs.