Hutch Award Luncheon Planning Committee
The Hutch Award Luncheon Planning Committee oversees efforts to raise vital funds for early cancer detection research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center through the annual Hutch Award Luncheon.
The Hutch Award® was created in 1965 in honor of the late Fred Hutchinson, the courageous and inspirational former Major League Baseball player and manager, who died of cancer one year earlier at the age of 45.
The Hutch Award is presented each year in Seattle at the Hutch Award Luncheon, raising more than $3.3 million over the past 13 years to support this vital research.
Members of the Hutch Award Luncheon Planning Committee with
a replica of the Hutch Award
The committee’s main focus is to procure corporate sponsorships and strategize regarding audience development. Committee members are typically passionate about the Hutchinson Center and the baseball legacy of our namesake, Fred Hutchinson.
Committee members attend monthly lunch hour meetings on the Hutchinson Center’s Lake Union campus to plan the annual luncheon.
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