May 05, 2022

How a Mom Lost a Daughter to Cancer, Became an Inventor, and Gave Back

LaDorna Eichenberg lost her youngest daughter to bone cancer in 1973. Later, she and her husband invented a popular die-cutting machine for teachers. As they enjoyed the machine’s success, LaDorna prioritized philanthropy—including $2.43 million in gifts to HCI to ensure fewer families endure what hers did.

Apr 15, 2022

A Huntsman Hero: Matt Elizondo Driven by Service to Others

Matt Elizondo works as a registered nurse and spent 10 years in the military. After cancer treatment, he continues to go above and beyond in service to others, cycling with Huntsman Heroes and raising money for cancer research.

Mar 01, 2022

Our People are our Greatest Strength

Huntsman Cancer Institute is not the same as when it was founded. It is better. Philanthropic investments by more than one million donors are critically important to continue this story of compassion, state-of-the-art advances, and new breakthroughs that save lives. Peter Huntsman, Chairman and CEO of the Huntsman Cancer Foundation, shares a message with the community.

Mar 01, 2022

Strong Arms Around You Always: Sigma Chi

When University of Utah student Josh Dunn was diagnosed with brain cancer, he remembered something his Sigma Chi brothers always said: “There are strong arms around you always, no matter where you are.” Josh’s story, and this quote, spurred his fellow members of the Beta Epsilon chapter to raise over $120,000 for cancer research.

Oct 27, 2021

Tee It Up Foundation Raises $1 Million for Cancer Research at Huntsman Cancer Institute

Tee It Up Foundation has reached an incredible milestone—$1 million in funds raised for cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute. A longtime community partner of Huntsman Cancer Foundation, Tee It Up Foundation was established with the goal of “changing the outcome from hope to cure.”

Oct 08, 2021

A Cause Worth Supporting: Richard and Moonyeen Anderson Commit to Cancer Research

Richard and Moonyeen Anderson believe in the powers of research. Through their experiences with cancer, the Andersons have seen the positive impact of technology. Now, through their gracious giving, they hope to provide better support at HCI.

Sep 17, 2021

Why I Participate in Employee Giving

HCI’s Ashlee Harrison deals with cancer every day. Here, she shares personal and professional experiences to explain why giving back holds such importance for her.

Sep 03, 2021

Huntsman Cancer Foundation Leader Susan Sheehan Receives Bronze Minuteman Award from the Utah National Guard

The Utah National Guard and Honorary Colonels Corps recently presented Susan Sheehan, president and COO of the Huntsman Cancer Foundation, the Bronze Minuteman Award. This award recognizes community leaders who support and lead Utahans.