Summer Conference

was the BEST YET!!!

Over 430 students and adults attended the 2014 tobacco-free youth leadership event last summer!

Click here to check out all the pics and videos from the SayWhat! Photo Booth and throughout the week, and start making plans to be there next year!!!


Say What Summits!

are OVER!!!

Click here to see all the different places we traveled across Texas! Each summit was limited to the first 100 registered Middle School and High School students, so check out what you missed and join us next year for the best FREE YOUTH LEADERSHIP TRAINING in Texas!!!


What is Say What! ?

Students, Adults, and Youth Working Hard Against Tobacco!

The youth-led tobacco prevention movement in Texas, Say What! aims to connect and train students and across the state to lead local and statewide efforts to reduce tobacco use and make the Lone Star State safe and healthier for everyone!


March 18, 2015

Texas Tobacco-Free Kids Day (TTFKD)

An annual awareness day in Texas that encourages students of all ages to live tobacco-free lifestyles. Say What! encourages all youth groups across Texas to take part in TTFKD 2015!  Let us know about the projects your group does March 2015 and become eligible to win a scholarship to the 2015 Say What! Conference in July!



Say What! was created by young people from across Texas and connects students and adults interested in eliminating tobacco from their schools and communities.

Why Tobacco Prevention:

Stand Up for what you believe in and promote the real story behind youth and tobacco use.
Speak Up for the truth about tobacco use at the local level through advocacy activities in your community.
Be Tobacco-Free, lead by example, and ensure the health of others by working on policy-related activities at the local and statewide level.

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Harlingen Youth Promote Smoking Ordinance & Win

The Harlingen Smoke Busters have been advocating for their city to be smoke free during the past few weeks at their city commision meetings. They spoke out about why they believe smoking should not be allowed inside public facilities and on May 28th the commisioners voted to approve the ordinance! 

Way to go Harlingen Smoke Busters! 

Source: Valley Morning Star - originally posted May 29, 2014.