Thank You, New York!

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Moving Forward With Laughter: SAMFund NYC Comedy Night 2014 was a huge success. We had a great time with our friends in the Big Apple, sharing lots of laughter, great stories from our SAMFund alumni, and even a marriage proposal – congratulations, Andrew and Kelly, and thank you for making us a part of your […]

Memories of An Evening of A Million Thanks

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What a memorable night at “An Evening of A Million Thanks” last Friday.  Honoring our partners, supporters, volunteers and young adult survivors and celebrating two huge milestones – The SAMFund’s tenth anniversary and the awarding of our one millionth dollar – was the perfect way to begin the Thanksgiving week. Thank you so much for helping to […]

We’re Having a Virtual Party!

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Ten years. Hundreds of lives changed. Thousands of stories. And close to one million dollars granted. We’re so proud of our SAMFund community. We would not have been able to survive and move forward over the years without YOUR help, let alone help young adult survivors accomplish it! Now, our community is holding a virtual 10th anniversary […]

SAMFund’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations: Los Angeles

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Please join us for “A Night of Music & Comedy” at the M Bar in Hollywood, celebrating: 10 years of breaking down barriers to success post treatment, by awarding close to $1,000,000 in grants to 400+ grant recipients and presenting dozens of free educational webinars and networking events, all leading to…  …thousands of lives changed! […]

The SAMFund is Turning 10!

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Spring is here and so is The SAMFund’s tenth anniversary! Ten years ago, Sam had an idea that young adult (YA) survivors of cancer needed somewhere to turn when the financial impact of cancer made it impossible to move forward, even with cancer treatment behind them. As a two- time cancer survivor herself, she understood the […]