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November 2020
2020 has been a rough year but this organization learned to PIVOT! We have hosted virtual events to stay within health and safety guidelines. We have not turned anyone away who applied and qualified for a Help$ Grant. We brought together physicians from two states to discuss Sarcoma research. We will be donating to research again this year. All this because of your support! Thank you.

To continue to do this in 2021, we will need your support again. Please check your mail, email and social media for year-end information. Join us in an effort to continue to support Sarcoma research and Help$ Grant funding for patients in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington in 2021.

Thank you for your support!
Donate Today
We are preparing for the final month of 2020. We are looking back and planning forward. One way we are doing this is through GivingTuesday on December 1, 2020. This is a nationally recognized day of giving. We are launching our Gimme 5 campaign. If you donate $5 along with many of your friends and family and their friends and family, this will add up to help us continue to support the Help$ Grant funds and ongoing Sarcoma Research throughout 2021. 
In 2020 as of the end of Oct., 90 Help$ Grants have been provided to Sarcoma patients. To replicate this in 2021 under the Gimme 5 GivingTuesday event, we need 4,500 of you to give $5. Please consider donating on Dec. 1, 2020 to GivingTuesday Northwest Sarcoma Foundation's Gimme 5 efforts.
As you do your holiday shopping here are others ways to contribute:

AmazonSmile - If you use Amazon and you want to help support us, please choose AmazonSmile and choose the Northwest Sarcoma Foundation (or click HERE) as your charity!

Choose NW Sarcoma Foundation with your Kroger Rewards Card - Fred Meyer/QFC to help support us. Click HERE to sign up today and choose NW Sarcoma Foundation as your charity.
November 17, 2020, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Free event, register HERE.
Dr. Michael Wagner works tirelessly to make newer therapies more available to patients. He tries to match the right treatment to the right patient. Join us to learn more about how his research has been progressing.
Get your tickets - Virtual Dinner & Show: Holiday Music
Request a specific song by donating $5.00 to our Virtual Dinner & Show: Holiday Music Night. Click HERE to participate, in the Comments & Other Instructions box add your song(s) of choice. Thank you for joining us for an evening of fun!
Register - Casual Coffee Chat: Survivors of Sarcoma Angels
January 13, 2021, 7 - 8:30 p.m. Free event, register HERE.
Dr. Elizabeth Lawlor is a researcher at Seattle Children's and focuses on the understanding the fundamental biology of Ewing Sarcoma. She believes that better therapies and cures for childhood cancer are at our fingertips thanks to rapid advances in science and technology. You can read a little more about her via GeekWire.
Buy now - Virtual Dinner & Show: Chocolate Tasting
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