Helping us Soar!
Northwest Hope & Healing thrives because of the generosity of our growing list of Partners. Please take some time to read about these great businesses and visit their sites through the pink links.
glassybaby was founded by a three time cancer survivor who found great hope and healing in the light of a lit, handmade votive. She wanted to spread that hope. Periodically, 10% from the sale of any glassybaby purchases online using giving code 'hopeandhealing', will be donated to NW Hope & Healing. You can purchase your 'one-of-a-kind' glassybaby at glassybaby.com
Philosophy believes in health and wellness rather than health and beauty. Only when you feel good can you truly be the best that you can be. Philosophy has donated generously to our Healing Basket Program since 2007, and we are proud to include Philosophy products in our Healing Baskets.
Team Survivor Northwest provides guidance and encouragement to every woman cancer survivor so that through her accomplishments she is empowered to lead a fuller, more physically active life. Visit their website to learn about their free programs and special events.
Swedish Medical Center has grown into the Northwest's largest cancer-care program, offering patients the most extensive range of services and expertise in the region. The Breast Cancer Program at the Swedish Cancer Institute is the largest program of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Patients benefit from a comprehensive approach to cancer care that includes state-of-the-art imaging, the latest treatments, high-quality support services and dedicated breast surgeons, oncologists and other specially trained caregivers.
Northwest Hope & Healing is an approved charity of the Washington State Combined Fund Drive. The program allows current and former public employees to make donations via check or payroll deduction to their favorite charities.
Be sure to select NW Hope & Healing upon your renewal. The charity code for NW Hope & Healing is 1479548.
Girls Love Mail gives the gift of hand-written letters to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. We include GLM letters in our Healing Baskets and each woman receives personal words of encouragement.
An incredible support network for the families and friends of those living with cancer. Support groups, lectures, workshops, and social events organized at their warm and friendly clubhouse-all at no cost!
Finding the right breast cancer support services or group can be simply overwhelming. We’ve collected information on more than 100 breast cancer programs and organizations in Washington State. Go to site
Cancer Lifeline is an incredible resource for those living with cancer. Cancer Lifeline Cancer Lifeline provides a unique array of services to cancer patients and survivors, their family members, caregivers, friends and co-workers. Cancer Lifeline's mission is to optimize the quality of life for all people living with cancer...and their services are free!
Fred Meyer is even more generous than ever, donating thousands of dollars each quarter to the non-profit organizations their customers support.
Simply register your rewards card, shop like usual, and Fred Meyer will donate a portion of your spending to NW Hope & Healing!
Go to www.fredmeyer.com to register your Rewards card. Link your card to NW Hope & Healing (organization 89048), and when you get your rewards in the mail, so will we! How easy is that?
Wellness retreats for mind, body & soul. Inspired by the acclaimed Commonweal Cancer Help Program, the flagship 3-day Cancer Care retreat offers experiences and education that help individuals explore the issues, choices, feelings and concerns associated with a cancer diagnosis. The cancer retreats are offered at no cost to participants, including a new one-day Living with Cancer program!
Cooking Through Cancer Treatment To Recovery, by Seattle authors Dr. Lisa Price, N.D. and Susan Gins, M.S., Nutrition. The focus of the cookbook is easy, delicious recipes that help to decrease the side effects of cancer treatment, and is endorsed by Dr. Patricia Dawson, M.D., of the Swedish Cancer Institute. The cookbook gives cancer patients a sense of control, empowerment, and may enhance their quality of life, as they deal with the effects of treatment.