Aaron and Marianne

We are participating in a hiking fundraiser at Rattlesnake Ledge on Aug. 25. We want to raise $1,000 to support the establishment of a new state-of-the-art cancer center in Southeast Nepal. The center will serve a population area of 15 million who are currently without cancer care services. It will also serve as a hub […]

Nicole Gordon

On March 31, Steve and I will be participating in the NW Cancer Climb. This event is put on by the Binaytara Foundation and raises money to improve cancer care in areas of the world where proper care is currently lacking. Please consider donating to this cause!

Team Lazar

Hi!  My name is Erin Lazar, and I am avid hiker who lives in Seattle.  In November 2016 my father was diagnosed with stage IV colon cancer.  He is my hero and continues to kick cancer’s butt.  Because of him I am always looking for ways to help & support others who are going through […]

Team Donny

I’m doing this hike in the name of my dad who passed from lung cancer at home. My mother and I were his primary care givers as we didn’t have the monies needed for outside care. This organization raises money to help the underprivileged with their cancer care needs. Please think of yourself, or your […]

Binay Shah

I am hiking to support Binaytara Foundation’s local and global efforts to improve cancer care. Your donation will help our projects in the United States, Nepal and India. Thank you for your support.

Northwest Cancer Climb — Team Colson

Join our hike to beautiful Oyster Dome and help make cancer care more accessible! We dedicate this hike to the memory of Jim Colson, who lost his battle with cancer in January. If you’re not a hiker but still want to contribute to a worthy cause, you can sponsor a hiker and we’ll do the […]

Bryli Blankenship

Bryli Blankenship is the Executive Assistant at the Binaytara Foundation. She is passionate about health education. Bryli enjoys hiking, swimming, and Zumba. She is dedicating this fundraiser to her uncle Jim who passed away from lung cancer when she was young.

Aaron Weinberg

On March 31, I will hike to the summit of Oyster Dome for the Northwest Cancer Climb, an event to raise money for tackling inequalities in cancer care. I am dedicating my climb to my Grandpa, who died of Leukemia many years ago.