April 14, 2020
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Howl at the Moon- Denver
1735 19th Street
Denver , CO 80202
This event has been cancelled in an effort to practice social distancing related to the COVID-19 virus. Please visit this news post for more information. We will make every effort to reschedule the event in the future.
Our social events provide an opportunity to network with Denver's finest Young Professionals in a relaxed, professional environment. So come with an open mind, dress like you do at work, and be prepared to learn about the other professionals in the room. We work with people we like, so be prepared to foster some new business friendships! There are no membership or age requirements for MHYP socials, everyone is welcome to come network and learn more about MHYP.
Our socials feature food and drink specials and a fish-bowl drawing that includes fantastic giveaways and prizes (must be present to win).
MHYP Members: FREE
Our Board of Directors will be facilitating a short introduction / orientation to MHYP prior to the social, starting at 5:15pm. You will learn about our five points of service, volunteer and leadership opportunities, and how to get the most out of your membership. So, come a little early, bring a friend and hear about all MHYP Membership has to offer!
The Morgan Adams Foundation funds kids’ cancer research. Working with leading researchers and physicians, MAF funds new and innovative ideas that will improve cancer treatment effectiveness, overall outcomes, survival rates, and quality of life while minimizing the devastating side effects current treatments have on children. Morgan Adams was a smart, beautiful little girl who loved fantasy and dressing up in make-believe princess clothes. She was a perfectly healthy 5-year-old girl when she was diagnosed with a Glioblastoma brain tumor in December of 1997. She battled her cancer for 11 months before she succumbed to the disease. Join The Morgan Adams Foundation on Wednesday, April 29th at the Denver Athletic Club for What’s Up Doc?, an informative and free breakfast event where guests will hear directly from world-renowned Denver pediatric oncologists and scientists about how research being done here in Colorado is moving from the lab to create safer and more effective treatments for kids and teens with cancer.