Helping Hands removes barriers to care and healing.
8,375 MultiCare patients and family members benefited from Helping Hands funding in 2018. You can help remove these barriers for thousands of people in your community by making a donation today.
Administered by social workers and personal health partners, Helping Hands provided:
3,447 meal vouchers
10,027 prescriptions for 4,940 patients
New clothing for 924 patients, including victims of sexual assault
Access to stable housing for 18 cancer patients close to experiencing homelessness
750 gas cards
1,800 bus passes
21 car seats for NICU graduates
$62,717 in medical equipment, such as walkers and wheelchairs, not covered by insurance
Read about Kari Newton, a long-time cancer patient who has received a helping hand with necessities for her and her family during treatment.
Read about Betsy Allen, an oncology social worker who donates a portion of every paycheck to support her patients through Helping Hands.
Read Art's story, a former patient who conquered cancer with a boost from Helping Hands.