The Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity has always supported bone marrow & stem cell registration. When Evan Chen, Stanford Sophomore, and Lambda brother, was diagnosed with leukemia in 1995 at the age of 20, his best friend, Yul Kwon, stepped forward and asked the Lambdas, all over the country, to set up registration drives. Thousands of students registered to help Evan and others fighting for a chance to survive blood cancer. Now, stem cell registration is their philanthropic focus, and all chapters are required to organize registration drives. On
October 29th and 30th, the Stanford Lambda Phi Epsilon fraternity will once again host a registration drive. Please join us in the Arillaga Dining Commons Room from 11 am to 2 pm. If you are part of the faculty, please spread the word. If you are a professor, please invite AADP to speak to your students. If you are a student or community member, please stop by and learn how you can help save a life!
If you can’t make the event but would like to register, text AADP to 61474.