Seattle to Glow Orange for National Cancer Research Month

SEATTLE, May 1, 2018 – The Seattle skyline and Lake Washington will glow orange for the Fred Hutch ObliterideGlow Orange to Cure Cancer” campaign in May. The 520 Bridge, Allen Institute, Argosy Cruises, Columbia Tower, IBM Building, PEMCO, Union Square, W Seattle and The Westin Seattle are just a few of the structures and businesses lighting up Obliteride orange May 7-13. The Seattle Great Wheel will also display an orange light show the evenings of May 7 and 11.

2016 Fundraising Total Announced

What a year this has been! And boy did we celebrate. Riders, sponsors, volunteers and donors gathered at Westland Distillery to celebrate all the amazing work the Obliteride community did this past year.

VIDEO - Team Abby's Army

Watch this video that captures a great story from one of our teams. This is why we all do what we do to support cancer research at Fred Hutch.

Obliteride 2016: engage, embrace, emote, energize, execute

Reflecting on Obliteride 2016, it felt like the community was more engaged than ever. In such a neat way, we saw more people connecting in their own ways. More people personalized jerseys and wore special costumes. Teams had unique fundraisers all over the region, raising awareness in their own communities. More survivors shared stories, more researchers shared their knowledge and passion, and more people celebrated progress and hope at Gas Works, in Tacoma and back at Gas Works.

A Record Number of Riders Pedal in Fred Hutch’s Obliteride This Weekend

There’s still time to sign up for the ride to end cancer
SEATTLEAug. 9, 2016 —More than 1,400 riders are participating in Obliteride this weekend. They’re spinning their wheels to raise critical funds to help Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center obliterate cancer.

 “We’re excited so many people have joined Obliteride this year,” said Amy Lavin, Obliteride’s executive director. “It shows people are embracing the Hutch, recognizing there’s a real urgency now as scientists are on the verge of many cancer cures.”