The Foundation

Howard Gallion, a retired United Airlines pilot and his wife, Lois, moved to Moses lake in 1993.  They were surprised to learn there was no cancer treatment center in the area.  After Lois died of cancer in 1998, Howard championed the idea of an area cancer treatment center to be located in Moses lake.  In November of 2000, through his efforts and his donation of stock, the Moses Lake Cancer Foundation was started with a community Board of Directors.

Upcoming Events

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Our Mission

  • Monthly Support Group                                        3rd Monday of every month                               Moses Lake Senior Center 5:30 pm
  • June 19th - Celebrate Life                       Celebrating Cancer Survivors and the Heroes that support them
  • August 8th - Porterhouse Cowboy Cookout  Tough Enough to Wear Pink kick off dinner and   silent auction.
  • August 14th - Tough Enough To Wear Pink Wear your pink to the Rodeo to benefit CBCF         brought to you by the Moses Lake Round UP
  • Sept. 15th - Support Group BBQ                         Kick off picnic for patients and caregivers
  • Sept. 19th - 2nd Annual Savor The Basin        Tasting event - local wineries, breweries, distilleries and foods join together for a great evening with great music
  • February 7,2015 - 6th Annual                                 Country Sweethearts Benefit Auction

Local People who impact the lives of

local cancer patients​


Columbia Basin Cancer Foundation

The Foundation focuses on providing support, services, encouragement and information to patients and families currently battling cancer in Grant and Adams Counties.  We strive to identify individual needs and provide help throughout the process of diagnosis, treatment and recovery.  We collaborate with a variety of groups and agencies to expand resources for cancer patients locally.

1031 W Broadway Ave

Moses Lake, WA  98837


Community Superstars!

Thank you so much to all of the businesses, individuals & high school seniors that give back to their community!

Maxine Hansen & Mel Neal have been donating their time and talents to CBCF Patients for over 10 years.  These two wonderful people have been making quilts to give out to our new patients.  Their quilts have brought much comfort for those in treatment!  Quilting supplies are always in need, so if you have material or any other quilting items you may want to donate please do!