Plan ahead. Before you request a ride, think about where you're headed and review the safety features in the app so you know how to use them. 

Ask your driver "what's my name" to confirm they have booked a trip with you through the ride sharing app. 

Match the make, model and license plate of the car with the one displayed in the app. 

Share the details of your trip with a friend.  Utilize the "share status" function in your ride sharing app.   

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The #WHATSMYNAME Foundation  is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

All donations are tax deductible in full or in part.

ABOUT  THE  #WHATSMYNAME  FOUNDATION

OUR FOUNDATION

The #WHATSMYNAME Foundation was established in honor of our daughter, Samantha Josephson.  Our mission is to educate the world on ride share safety, supporting charitable organizations and providing college scholarships to selected high school seniors.  Samantha may be gone but our goal for the rest of our time on earth is to share her story and make a lasting change.

 

Before you get in a ride share ask

“What’s my name?” and remember hers.

If you would like to support the efforts of the #WHATSMYNAME Foundation, please consider a donation. We appreciate your support help very much! 

FOUNDATION MISSION

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TO HONOR OUR

DAUGHTER,

SAMANTHA JOSEPHSON.

TO EDUCATE THE PUBLIC ON RIDE SHARE

SAFETY ISSUES. 

TO SUPPORT

COMPLIMENTARY CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS

TO PROVIDE COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS FOR SELECTED STUDENTS. 

Movement Springs from Samantha Josephson Tragedy #whatsmyname

Seymour Josephson took the stage at West Lake Park in downtown Robbinsville, NJ on April 2, 2019, facing a few hundred silent onlookers and a dozen national broadcast cameramen. He collected himself for moment before speaking, as those moments had recently become scant.

Just four earlier, on March 29, Josephson’s daughter Samantha, 21, was enjoying her last semester at the University at South Carolina. A day later, on March 30, he was trying to grasp her horrific death at the hands of a stranger. And just the day before, Josephson was at her campus in Columbia, South Carolina, facing another group of onlookers and cameras and speaking on a bill that could only hope to stop the thing that happened to his younger daughter—his Sami—from happening again.

By Kevin Kunzmann

May 2, 2019

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