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Phone: 212-619-1040
40 Worth Street
Suite 808

New York
New York 10013

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Target demographics: Young adults, 18-39 and anyone who cares about supporting cancer patients in their late teens, 20s and 30s.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 250,000

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Organize a Stupid Cancer meetup.

Geographic areas served: Worldwide

Programs: OMG! Cancer Summit, The Stupid Cancer Forums, The Stupid Cancer Show, Stupid Cancer Boot Camps, Meetups, online social networking, content curation and aggregation + public awareness efforts.

Empower young adults affected by cancer by (1) building community, (2) improving quality of life and (3) providing meaningful survivorship
Time Magazine Best 50 Website
FOX News Top 10 Healthcare Blog
Stay Classy Award, Most Innovative Use Of Social Media
Largest support community for the young adult cancer movement

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My battle has been long, and overwhelming at times. I thought I was the only one. Lonely and depressed, I searched the web for some insight on how to deal with these feelings, not so much the chemo and its impressive side effects. When I found i [2] y, it was because I searched the words stupid and ... more »
The first four months of my treatment I was in a room full of old people every 3 weeks feeling like there were no other young people with cancer near me. I finally found i[2]Y and realized there was a whole network of young people I could connect with. I listened to the Stupid Cancer show and ... more »
I have worked in collaboration with Matthew Zachary and I2Y for the past 3 years. They are a very dedicated and professional group of people. They are a much needed organization dedicated to assisting young adults affected by cancer.They have been a great resource for patients in this population ... more »
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