Give Through Your Will

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Doctor and Lynette Johnson, patient

You can help us cure cancer faster

Discovering new insights and treatments. Translating discoveries into cures. And transforming the lives of millions. This is the work of Fred Hutch. See why you are an important part of that work.

Supporters Jim and Diane Watson

Meet supporters like you

Whether they themselves have been touched by cancer or they just want to help all who are affected, these supporters felt the need to make an impact. Read about people like you and how they’re helping Fred Hutch fight cancer and related diseases.

Kalan Guiley with daughter Josie

Transform cancer patients into cancer survivors

Together, we’re researching how to prevent, detect and treat cancer and related diseases. Learn more about our mission to cure cancer faster and save lives.

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How will you be remembered?

The vital work of Fred Hutch wouldn’t be possible without the breakthroughs of scientists, the courage of patients and the generosity of donors like you. When you include Fred Hutch in your estate plan, you take your place at the forefront of cancer research with luminaries like Dr. E. Donnall Thomas, who transformed cancer treatment and earned a Nobel Prize for his pioneering work in bone marrow transplantation. You will join like-minded donors as a member of the Thomas Legacy Society and ending cancer will become a part of your life’s legacy.

Easy ways you can make a lasting impact


Gifts that Cost You Nothing Now

Create a legacy that powers breakthrough research at Fred Hutch and will help cure cancer faster — and be remembered as a cancer fighter.


Gifts that Pay You Income

Establish your legacy with Fred Hutch and achieve financial security.


Gifts that Reduce Your Taxes

Reduce your taxes while supporting our work preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer and related diseases.


Other Ways to Give

Learn about the many ways you can help Fred Hutch transform cancer patients into cancer survivors.