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Cancer Care

Sustain Vital Care and Resources for Those Battling Cancer

Every year over 2,000 people are diagnosed with cancer in Yakima County, they are our neighbors, friends, and family members. This is why we are passionate about providing support to those who are facing one of the toughest battles, so they can focus on getting healthy and not have to worry about every little detail. Through the generosity of donors, cancer patients have had access to care and support throughout every stage of diagnoses.

I always felt we had a team protecting us.

- Chris, daughter of a cancer patient


Advance cancer care by providing the most innovative cancer treatments and therapies available.

Thanks to our generous donors, we have been able to:

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Provide 12,300 exams to individuals in our community at 'Ohana

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Provide spiritual and supportive services to those who have lost a loved one to cancer

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Provide 50+ patients with gas cards so they don't have to worry about getting to their appointments 


Pay utility bills for patients who cannot work due to their illness 

Our ongoing cancer care initiatives include:

North Star Lodge is a sophisticated cancer treatment center, treating patients throughout the Yakima Valley. North Star Lodge blends skilled oncology staff, the best available technology, patient and family centered care, and integrative medical programs into one single location, making it a convenient and practical location for people to receive treatment.

Your donations help support their pharmacy and patient-assistance funds, nutrition supplements, equipment for both patients and staff, and so much more.

'Ohana Mammography

‘Ohana is Yakima’s number one breast cancer resource. Every year, they serve thousands of women by providing mammography and diagnostic screenings, and biopsies to catch breast cancer as early as possible.

Your generosity helps provide mammography scholarships, along with diagnostic screenings and biopsies for women who might otherwise not be able to afford this vital preventative care.

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