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A very proud milestone for the NW Sarcoma Foundation! At the end of July, we reached
$1 MILLION in Help$ grants gifted since the program began in 2008. Over the 14 years, this is 1,873 grants gifted to Sarcoma patients in the Pacific Northwest.  

We would not have been able to accomplish this without YOU the donors. Your donations and fundraising have made all this possible. To continue this program and others, we still need YOU. 

We hope YOU will continue to help Sarcoma patients in the Pacific Northwest. Thank YOU for all your support over the years and more years to come.

NO ONE SHOULD FACE SARCOMA ALONE.

Northwest Sarcoma Foundation (NWSF) was founded by Ernest U. Conrad, III, M.D. in 1996. NWSF was established to be a place of support and education for those who are living with a Sarcoma or other rare bone tumor disease in the Pacific Northwest.

JOIN US TO FIND THE CURE FOR SARCOMA CANCER

WHAT WE DO

NWSF is committed to providing prevention education, survivorship, and treatment research. We are fighting to end the devastating impact Sarcoma has on our lives.

PATIENT RESOURCES

NWSF strives to provide comprehensive support and information for patients battling Sarcoma in the Pacific Northwest.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Join NWSF to continue the mission to provide hope, education, and support to Sarcoma patients and families by participating in our many events.

There are a variety of ways to help us serve more Sarcoma patients and their families throughout the Pacific Northwest.

MAKE AN IMPACT
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Since 2011, NWSF has invested $354,000 in Sarcoma specific research.

KNOW YOUR IMPACT
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$100 provides a care package to support patients through treatment or for someone who has lost someone to Sarcoma.

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$500 provides 
grants for transportation, household or medical expenses. Since 2008, we have provided over $900,000 to patients.

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Local researchers share what is currently happening with their research.

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