EVEN YOU
 

Dedicated to supporting childhood wellness and the spreading of hope.

 
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Mission

We are a group of young, passion driven individuals who have come together to support Seattle Children's groundbreaking research. Our guild was formed through Seattle Children's Hospital to benefit the childhood cancer research. We strive to embody positivity and elation. We celebrate life, courage, and strength by hosting engaging events that raise awareness for childhood cancer research while bringing the community together through entertainment and joyous revelry.  

Seattle Children’s immunotherapy trials have already lead to promising results. A recent Seattle Children's pediatric leukemia trial resulted in a 93% total remission rate in children with relapsed leukemia. We raise money for cancer research to support Seattle Children's Hospital efforts to beat childhood cancer once and for all!

 

 
 
 

You never know how strong you are until strong is the only option.

 
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Purpose

Our founder Ciera Carpenter-Boyle decided she could no longer sit on the sidelines. "I wanted to take all the free time I had and invest it in something I'm passionate about as well as give back to my community for a really amazing cause". From there, the Even You Guild began its journey to fruition. 


The name “Even You” came to be when we realized that anyone can give back. Even You…can make a difference. Even You…can make a change. Even You…can help us raise awareness for childhood cancer research. The decision to support Seattle Children’s and their mission to cure childhood cancer derived from understanding the heinous and harrowing monster that is cancer and that no child should have to succumb to its horror. Seattle Children's Hospital has more than just a vision to defeat childhood cancer - they have a plan and we've aligned ourselves with them to help execute that plan in any way we can. To read more about how Seattle Children's is creating a world without childhood cancer, please visit seattlechildrens.org.

 

 
 
 

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