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CENTRE

For $2,500 or more; you can build a legacy for life!
You can create a legacy that will benefit future generations. SCAGO is embarking on establishing a psycho-social Centre solely dedicated to supporting individuals with sickle cell disease and the carriers of the sickle cell gene.  The Sickle Cell Centre will feature a commemorative wall made possible by the power of philanthropy. It will serve as a reminder to us and the future generations that you are part of “The Centre of Psycho-social Excellence”
Our Stakeholders commemorative wall will be a timeless way to showcase your benevolence spirit.

Why a Sickle Cell Centre?

  • There is no Centre that solely dedicates to providing genetic counseling for individuals with sickle cell trait (SCT) and/or sickle cell disease (SCD).
  • There is no Centre that solely dedicates to preventative care/support/education sessions for individuals with sickle cell disease (SCD)
  • There is no Centre that solely dedicates to disseminating information on sickle cell disease
  • There is no Centre that solely dedicates to social and psycho-social research into sickle cell disease
  • Research has shown that Support Group Meetings are beneficial to the well-being of Individuals with Sickle Cell Disease

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Reserve your plaque today
Your permanent space on one of our commemorative walls can be reserved for gifts of $2,500, $5,000, $10,000 or $20,000

Plaques are available in 4 sizes
$2,500 – 30 character max
$5,000- 45 character max
$10,000- 60 character max
$20,000- 80 character max

The cost of establishing the Sickle Cell Centre of Excellence has been estimated to $500,000.
For more information on how you can support; contact the president of the Sickle Cell Awareness Group of Ontario.

Contact: Ms. Doreen Alexander
President,
Sickle Cell Awareness Group of Ontario
235-415 Oakdale Rd
North York, ON
M3N 1W7

Charitable: 83332 0872 RR0001

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SCAGO is a proud member of the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Canada (SCDAC). Founded in 2012, SCDAC is the national body regulating patient advocacy and support in Canada. It currently has 6 member organizations.