• Impact Magazine - Fall 2014
  • Seattle Brain Cancer Walk
  • Honor & Memorial Giving
  • Baby Plaques

Building Healthy Communities

Our latest issue of IMPACT magazine explores how Swedish is helping to build strong, healthy communities by making our personal brand of care more accessible to residents in East King County.

You’ll also see a common thread of how philanthropy is making world-class, extraordinary care at Swedish – a nonprofit health care provider – possible. 
 

Read these stories and more in this issue of IMPACT >> 

Thanks for supporting the Seattle Brain Cancer Walk!

The 7th annual Seattle Brain Cancer Walk on Sept. 20 at Seattle Center's Next 50 Plaza brought together more than 3,000 patient survivors, families and supporters in the local brain cancer community to share, celebrate and support those who have been impacted by the disease. Since its inception in 2008, the Walk has raised more than $3 million for medical research, clinical trials, advocacy and comprehensive care for brain cancer patients. All proceeds support brain cancer research at the Ben & Catherine Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Treatment at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute.

Learn more about the Seattle Brain Cancer Walk >> 

Honor loved ones or Swedish caregivers at swedishtributegifts.org

Would you like to celebrate the life of a loved one and enable others to make gifts to Swedish in their honor or memory? Or maybe there’s someone special at Swedish – a talented and skilled physician, a dedicated nurse or therapist – who made a difference in your care, or that of a loved one, when it was needed most? Visit swedishtributegifts.org to learn more.

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Order your baby plaque

Are you a member of the Swedish family? Honor the special newborn in your life, and help support our Women and Infants program by adding their name to the Swedish Family Baby Tree.

Order now »