Healing Music Musicians/Volunteers Needed at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

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Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

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The Volunteer Services Program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance is looking to expand our Healing Music Program and is seeking accomplished musicians. We are specifically recruiting pianists, acoustic guitarists, and similar stringed instrumentalists to provide welcoming and calming music to our patients and caregivers in an outpatient clinic setting.

- Provide relaxing and soothing music in the reception areas of the SCCA Clinic.
- Volunteer must provide own instrument, with the exception of the use of the electronic keyboard.
- Volunteer must possess a high or excellent skill level on individual instrument.
- Ideally, volunteer would schedule at least once a month during weekday/daytime hours - weekly opportunities encouraged.

- Volunteer must be at least 18 years of age.

To learn more, please visit www.sccavolunteer.org or call 206-606-1072. Applications available online (scroll to bottom of page on website) or by emailing volunteer@seattlecca.org.

Healing Music Volunteers do not need to attend the quarterly orientations required of other new volunteers; on-boarding and training will take place as new musicians are scheduled.

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About Seattle Cancer Care Alliance


825 Eastlake Ave E., Seattle, WA 98109, US

Mission Statement

The Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) brings together the best of three internationally renowned cancer-care institutions: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, UW Medicine, and Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center. The SCCA's purposes: Provide premier, patient-focused cancer care. Support the conduct of cancer clinical research and education. Enhance access to improved cancer interventions. Advance the standard of cancer care, regionally and beyond.


A major focus of the SCCA is to speed up the transfer of new diagnostic and treatment techniques from the research setting to patient care. The highly integrated approach to cancer research and treatment among SCCA partner organizations supports the flow of scientific information among researchers, clinicians, and patients, thereby accelerating the development of new knowledge and treatment of various cancers.


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825 Eastlake Ave. E.Seattle, WA 98109



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  • Must be at least 18
  • Minimum of 3 month commitment rrequested

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