Fighting Cancer in the Puget Sound.


The Pano Koumantaros Cancer Research Fund is named after Pano, whom lost a 6-month battle with bladder cancer in December 2005. The Fund was created to support cancer research, treatment and care initiatives in the Puget Sound community.

Beginning in 2006, through generous contributions and our annual Spectrum Open golf tournament & dinner, we have raised over $1,500,000 in Pano’s memory.



Thank you for joining us for the 13th Annual Spectrum Open! We raised over $150,000 this year for the Pano Koumantaros Survivor Program. 

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community grant


Congratulations to the 2018 Community Grant Winner: Camp Agape Northwest! Learn more about grants available through the Foundation.

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