HP YEN Make It Matter

Members of the Bay Area YEN (l-r): Jaren, Katie, Ingrid, Jessica and Sheena, with Sam (ironically, the only one not in a #cancerisntfree shirt)

Members of the Bay Area YEN (l-r): Jaren, Katie, Ingrid, Jessica and Sheena, with Sam (ironically, the only one not in a #cancerisntfree shirt)

HP’s Young Employee Network is for employees that are young — and young at heart!

This year, chapters across the country are combining efforts to “Make it Matter” with The SAMFund.

Our collective message is simple:

Cancer isn’t free, but YOU can help.

HP YEN chapters in Alpharetta, GA, Palo Alto, CA, and Houston and Austin, TX are joining together to reach a huge goal: Raise $200,000 and DOUBLE the reach of The SAMFund’s grants program!  Click here for information and photos from the latest fundraising events across the country.

So far HP YEN has raised $100,338 towards its $200,000 goal!  We’re so close! In order to reach this goal, we need you to do two things:

SAMFund alum Katie (with her adorable baby "Lucky"), surrounded by members of Houston YEN

SAMFund alum Katie (with her adorable baby “Lucky”), surrounded by members of Houston YEN

1. Give. Plain and simple. To meet our goal, we need everyone’s support. Whether it is $25, $100, or $1,000, all donations are tax-deductible and each one will help to change the lives of young adult survivors and their families.  You can give directly to this campaign by clicking here.

2. Share this campaign with others. We need to spread the message: #cancerisntfree. Share this page on social media and with your friends and don’t forget to include #cancerisntfree! Thanks so much for your support. Together we are “Making it Matter Coast-to-Coast!”

Making a difference in the life of another person can be as easy as the cost of a morning coffee or sharing The SAMFund’s mission with friends and team members. Together, we can make an incredible impact in the lives of thousands of young adult cancer survivors all over the US!

SAMFund Board member Steve Bandrowczak, Executive Director Samantha Watson, and the YEN Alpharetta Board

SAMFund Board member Steve Bandrowczak, Executive Director Samantha Watson, and the YEN Alpharetta Board

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