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Support Vital Research as a MultiCare Health Society Member

From Hope to Help

Melissa Weber with GrandsonsYou can become a "Friend of the Institute" today by making a gift/donation to the MultiCare Institute for Research & Innovation Endowment. This Endowment will benefit the Greatest Needs Fund, which enables the Institute to provide critical infrastructure, recruit and retain the best and brightest scientists, and invest in early-stage medical treatments for adult and childhood diseases.

Together we can help change the future of medicine and countless human lives.

Dr. Huddlestone and Dr. Reilley

Join Us

Our clinical studies and research are changing the face of health care and providing hope, not just for the thousands of patients who pass through our doors each year, but also to millions around the world who will benefit from what we are learning here in Tacoma.

Friend of the Institute $200 - $999
Benefactor of the Institute $1,000 - $4,999
Visionary of the Institute $5,000 - $49,999
The MultiCare Society ($50,000 Commitment Payable Over 5 Years)
Benefiting Research and Innovation

As a Friend, Benefactor, or Visionary of the Institute, you will be recognized for your commitment to changing the face of health care. As a MultiCare Health Society member, you will also receive a lapel pin acknowledging your support and will be permanently recognized at Tacoma General Hospital.

Your gift is tax deductible and you will receive a gift receipt in the mail. If you have any questions about your gift or would like further information about how you can help, email the MultiCare Health Foundation or call 253-403-1236.

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Research patient, Anthony Nenedjian, and his brother

“We agreed to have our son, Anthony, take part in the clinical trial of a new drug because we know that the study will help kids like Anthony return to a normal life and follow their dreams of a successful and active future.”

 - Glenna Nenedjian, Mother of Clinical Trial Patient

Karen Hill with Granddaughter
"These studies are invaluable - how else will we progress in our knowledge and save lives? And you never know whose life you're going to save. It could be a member of your family or something who is going to change the world."

 - Karen Hill, Stroke Study Participant