Charitable Giving


  • UCDS
  • Holy Names Academy
  • Laurelhurst Elementary
  • University of Washington Campus Skin Cancer Screening
  • St. Joseph School
  • Holy Rosary Parish School


  • Assistance League of the East Side
  • Northwest Harvest
  • Seattle Athletic Club Skin Cancer Screening
  • Seattle Mariners Annual Skin Cancer Screening
  • Lenny Wilkens Foundation
  • Amazon Campus Skin Cancer Screening
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • National Breast Cancer Foundation
  • Pride Fest in support of the LGBT community
  • Skin Cancer Foundation
  • Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation
  • Umpqua Bank Humanitarian Fund Raiser for “Stiff Man Syndrome”
  • Climb to Fight Cancer benefiting Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  • Mobility Outreach International benefiting those immobilized by limb loss
  • Project Heal benefiting those who suffer from Eating Disorders
  • King County Sexual Assault Resource Center

Humanitarian Work

December 26, 2004 On this date, a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami hit Southeast Asia with significant loss of life and property damage. I started a neighborhood fundraising project–initially to get my 3 kids involved in social actions–and ultimately raised $50,000 for the Red Cross to directly help with the enormous clean-up, to support health clinics, and to supply food and medications for the surviving tsunami victims.

Summer of 2007 I took my family to Ayacucho, Peru in the Andean Highlands to do service work in this impoverished community. My sons worked in an orphanage for boys; my daughter worked in a daycare center for young children, and my wife worked in a women’s prison. She also assisted me in Community Dermatology Clinics that I initiated while teaching local healthcare workers about Public Health and setting up a dermatology formulary for the local community.

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