WAYS TO GIVE
Donate online here
Host a Facebook fundraiser:
Birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, Mondays - any day is a good day to rally your Facebook friends around our cause.
Become a Sponsor
Every year we host our Sickle Cell Matters Annual Walk that is either virtual or in person at the Charles H Wright African American Museum in Detroit, Michigan. The proceeds for this fundraiser are designated to our client assistance funds, tutoring and camp for individuals living with sickle cell conditions. Click here for more information about how to become a sponsor.
Text to give:
Text FIVE to 52000. $5 will be added to your phone bill. (Message and data rates apply.)
Register your Kroger Rewards Card online at Kroger.com/communityrewards
Enter SICKLE CELL DISEASE ASSOICATION OF AMERICA MI CHPT or 91452. (Sorry, but that is how it's spelled on that site!) Individual purchases will begin counting towards your organization within 7-10 days of registering the individual rewards cards on-line. Every time you shop for groceries and swipe your card, SCDAA-MI automatically starts earning a rebate. Kroger limits your quarterly household contribution to $300.
By check or money order, mail to:
SCDAAMI, 18516 James Couzens Fwy, Detroit MI 48235
Donating to SCDAA-MI benefits the thousands of individuals who depend on our education, advocacy and awareness efforts. It also benefits your corporate responsibility goals.
For more information, contact Craig Bradley, Director of Operations & Outreach at 313-864.4406, ext. 111.
WHY DONATE? With nearly 3,300 people in Michigan living with sickle cell and approximately 1,700 of those people living in the metro Detroit area, our programs and services impact individuals, their families, and the community at large.
Sickle cell affects three times as many people as cystic fibrosis in the U.S., yet receives approximately one-third the funding. Your support helps provide year-round education for physicians, patients and caregivers; appropriate medical care, trait testing campaigns, self-sustainability work, and more. Modern medicine has the capacity to help people with sickle cell thrive. Individuals living with the condition want improved quality of life and it’s our mission to make that happen.
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