3rd Annual BLACK HISTORY MONTH BLOOD DRIVE
The First Annual ” Be Silent No More!” Silent Auction Fundraiser – Breaking the Sickle Cycle – November 20, 2015 Thank you to our gift sponsors: The OSU Alumni Association, Santonio Holmes – III & Long Foundation, SCDAA, Battiste LaFleur Galleria, Mike Fields, Mill Street Distillery, Hollywood Casino Columbus, Origami Owl, Home Depot and Spencer 4 Higher. Find all the winners on our facebook page
“Back In Stride Again 5KWalk.Run.Jog for Sickle Cell Disease” Saturday, September 6, 2014 Wolfe Park, Columbus Ohio 8:00am – 12:00 Noon Registration begins at 7:30am/Walk begins at 8:30am Sharp Sponsored by: Ohio Sickle Cell and Health Association Board of Trustees Portion of proceeds go to support our Scholarship Fund Goal : $10,000 Donation HELP US REACH OUR GOAL Download Registration Form: Click Here
Written by: Vida Michelle Sickle Cell Disease has traditionally and primarily been linked to the African American community. The truth is a high number of Latinos, and other nationalities are also affected by this incurable condition. Although the numbers are significantly lower in Latinos, as well as the others, they are still significant. Research shows that 1 out of every 1,200 Latinos is born
Written by: Vida Michelle Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic disorder in the United States, much more common than people realize. There are about 100,000 people in the U.S. living with sickle cell: with a large part of that number being children. Here are some tips on how to care for, or improve the care of a child living with Sickle cell
“NY JETS – SANTONIO HOLMES TO SPEAK AT OSCHA TOWN HALL MEETING ” Columbus, Ohio – The Ohio Sickle Cell and Health Association (OSCHA) in collaboration with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center will host the 2nd Annual Empowerment Conference and Town Hall Meeting featuring special guest, former OSU football player and current New York Jets Wide Receiver, Santonio Holmes on Friday, April
Comedian Kier “Junior” Spates of the Steve Harvey Morning Show is joining the fight against sickle cell disease. Spates signed on as the national celebrity ambassador for the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. (SCDAA) after recently speaking out about his struggle with the disease. Together, SCDAA and Spates will launch the “Rise Above” initiative. The campaign will educate and raise awareness about
NFL Super Bowl MVP Santonio Holmes talks about his support for Sickle Cell Disease Awareness.