OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

How You Can Help the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

OHSU employees celebrate the completion of the Knight Cancer Challenge on June 25, 2015. (OHSU)
OHSU employees celebrate the completion of the Knight Cancer Challenge on June 25, 2015. (OHSU)

There are many ways you can join us in the fight against cancer. Support someone you care about, discover ways to help people with cancer, and learn how to donate to cancer research. Help the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute transform how the world understands and fights cancer.

Make a gift

Your gifts provide vital resources to conduct innovative research studies, equip state-of-the-art laboratories, support cancer patient care programs and recruit and retain top scientific leaders. With the support of dedicated partners like you, we are helping to turn cancer patients into cancer survivors.

Get involved

You can make a difference in the lives of people with cancer.

Raise funds for cancer patients, research and support services
• Join the Knight Cancer Institute at a community event
Volunteer at OHSU
• Sign up as a potential bone marrow donor
• Consider participating in a familial cancer registry
• Learn about other ways to get involved

Find cancer support services

A good source of support can make a tremendous difference when you or someone you care about is going through cancer treatment.

Cancer support groups at OHSU Knight Cancer Institute

The Knight offers a range of programs that enhance the well-being and quality of life for people with cancer from the moment of diagnosis through all phases of treatment and beyond treatment into cancer-free survival. 

Resources for cancer patients and families

Stay informed

Check out the latest from OHSU Knight Cancer Institute:

• Stay in-the-know about the latest cancer-related news from OHSU.
• Explore new findings, ideas and debates on the Cancer Translated blog.
• Watch public science talks featuring stories told by Knight Cancer researchers, clinicians and patients.

Stories of hope

Brenna Lindsley was 38 when she learned she had breast cancer. She recently celebrated her “Cancerversary” by traveling to Scotland by herself.

Brenna Lindsley, OHSU breast cancer patient, in Scotland.

Changing the face of cancer

At the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, we treat your cancer — and care for you as a whole person. Hear from some of our patients and team members in the video below.