THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY ALUMNI & LEGACY
55th Year Celebration
Date: October 21-24, 2021
Location: around Oakland, CA
Celebrating the 55th anniversary of the Black Panther Party.
"Ignite an Era of Renewed Awareness to
Sickle Cell Disease"
Who Are We?
Sickle Cell Anemia Awareness of San Francisco (SCAASF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that came into existence in 2014 after our founder's son Kareem M. Jones passed away in 2013 from complications with sickle cell disease.
Broaden public awareness about sickle cell disease
Advocate for clients and families for access to quality compassionate healthcare
Educate to empower
Establish a comprehensive Sickle Cell Disease Care & Resource center in San Francisco for people living with sickle cell disease to improve care and relations.
Ask Congress to Fund Sickle Cell Research & Awareness
Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA) is leading Congressional efforts to increase awareness and funding for sickle cell, which disproportionally impacts Black and Latino communities. Take action and join UCSF and SCAASF in asking Congress to support sickle cell research and help ensure access to testing and lifesaving information.
Click the button below to learn more about the opportunity to help the sickle cell community.
Intake and Assessment Program
Schedule an Intake Assessment Session with our Community Health Workers/Support Staff
Feature Your Story
Raising awareness, take this chance to feature your story of your personal experience. Establish a visual presence by featuring you (picture) and your story!
To bring change, we need your help.
Join us in making the everlasting impact.
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