Samantha

Josephson

HELP US PREVENT ANOTHER UNIMAGINABLE
TRAGEDY.

On March 29, 2019, Samantha Josephson, a 21 year-old senior at the University of South Carolina, was kidnapped and murdered when she was targeted by a person posing as a rideshare driver.  Immediately following this unfathomable tragedy,  Samantha's parents, Seymour and Marci Josephson, set out to educate others on the importance of ride share safety so that no other family would have to suffer this kind of loss.   

The #WHATSMYNAME Foundation was established in honor of their daughter, Samantha Josephson.  

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THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT THIS YEAR!!

REGISTRATION & SPONSORSHIP 
OPEN NOW
FOR OUR ANNUAL
#WHATSMYNAME FOUNDATION
5K RUN | 1 MILE WALK!  

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A Robbinsville
Dedication For
Samantha 

The Township of Robbinsville had Fresh Start Landscaping build a patio and rock garden and it was dedicated to Samantha in September at our fundraiser.
The center piece was just put in today by Fresh Start. It took about 5-6 months to have made. We just wanted to share with everyone as 3 years is quickly approaching unfortunately! Thank you to Robbinsville Twp and Fresh Start.

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THANK-YOU

SOUTHSIDE JOHNNY!!

Port Authority of
NY NJ Aligns with WHATSMYNAME Foundation for Rideshare Safety 

 NJ/NY Port Authority is now deploying over 400 SAMI signs at Newark Airport, JFK, LaGuardia Airport, 3 Bus Terminals, the World Trade Center, & the NJ/NY Path!

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Pierce Kennamer implements initiative to promote rideshare safety and prevent sexual assault

The Chief Financial Officer and Student Body President-Elect plans to use the initiative to raise awareness of the possible risks that come from ride-sharing apps throughout It’s On Us Week.

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TAPintoLivingston

Residents Raise Awareness for Ride-Share Safety in Memory of Livingston Native's Daughter


By ELISE PHILLIPS MARGULIS

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WHIPPANY, NJ — In memory of Livingston native Marci Josephson’s daughter Samantha—who was a senior at University of South Carolina in 2019 when she was abducted and killed by a man posing as an Uber driver—a group of friends and supporters are hosting a fundraiser and ride-safety awareness event in February benefiting the #WHATSMYNAME Foundation.

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Thanks so much for your support!

We appreciate all of the people  and organizations who supported this event. 

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THANK-YOU

SOPHIE GUEST!

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#WHATSMYNAME FOUNDATION THANKS

BOB SAGET FOR HIS KINDNESS & GENEROSITY

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Bob Saget who was kind enough to participate in our PSA Series on Rideshare Safety.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Bob, the Saget family and his friends around the world. 

Dolores Catania
& Nicole Saphier
Contribute to PSA's! 

Thanks to Dolores Catania 
(Real Housewives of NJ) & Nicole Saphier, MD for your help with our PSA's!