Childhood cancer is the #1 disease killer of children in the United States.  More children die from cancer each year than AIDS, asthma, diabetes, and cystic fibrosis combined!  That’s why it’s our number-one priority to wipe it out. Every year, 12,000 kids are diagnosed with cancer. That’s one in every 330 kids. Of those children, 60% will suffer long-term side effects of the disease. And 30% will die.

The Friends for Life (FFL) Guild was formed in 2006 to help fund pediatric cancer research at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Our signature event is the annual sale of  hand-blown glass ornaments and votives.  Each year, an ambassador is selected to design a hand-blown glass ornament and votive.  Each ornament and votive is as unique as each child and their childhood cancer experience.  We are an all volunteer guild that keeps administrative costs very low.  We strive to donate 50% of the sale price straight to Seattle Children’s Hospital Research.

We believe that the “Hope is in the Research.”

Friends for Life Board:
Dene J., President
Judy G., Vice President
Teresa B., Treasurer
Deb C., Design Liaison

Shannon Jones, Social Media and Eastern Washington Chapter Lead

Friends for Life Mailing Address:

Friends for Life

1505 SW 15th Place

North Bend, Washington 98045

Contact us now:
Phone Contact: 425 831-2028 (Please reference the Friends for Life Guild)

Tracking Form for Ornament Sales (For Guild Use)

About Children’s Hospital Guild Association

Seattle Children’s Hospital Guild Association is the largest, all-volunteer fundraising network for any hospital in the nation. It serves as an umbrella organization for nearly 500 groups of friends, families, co-workers and community members who donate their time and resources to support Seattle Children’s. Located in Seattle, Washington, Children’s treats children in Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho and beyond. The Guild Association has been integral to the success of Children’s for over 100 years. Your participation is essential to our continued success as we move into our second century.