ABOUT us

Our MISSION Invest in assisting patients who are living with Sickle Cell Disease, as well as Sickle Cell Trait, community members, Ro blood donors, and allies of individuals and families living with Sickle Cell Disease. 

 

Our VISION is that  for the State of Wisconsin  Sickle Cell Disease is added to The National Electronic Disease Surveillance System (NEDSS) Base System (NBS) is a CDC-developed integrated information system that helps local, state, and territorial public health departments manage reportable disease data and send notifiable disease data to CDC, and also to become a member organization to the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America whose headquarters is located in Baltimore Maryland.

How can you Help?

Contribution helps us continue our journey and fight!

A great future comes with more knowledge and awareness!

Use the link below to donate to Sickle Cell Warriors Of Wisconsin today!

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SCWWI is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to advocating,educating, providing support while exercising compassion and creating mentorship opportunities for individuals living with Sickle Cell Disease.

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Sickle Cell Disease has always been a part of our family, and will always be a beloved cause I will be a strong advocate for. In 2013 a family member transitioned from complications due to Sickle Cell Disease. Since then, I’ve gone on to honor her memory by becoming a SCD Community Health Worker, participating in a host of activities, workshops, conferences, classes nationwide, and  founded  the only statewide Sickle Cell  community based organization Sickle Cell Warriors of Wisconsin- SCWWI.  As a respected pillar of the community, Entrepreneur,  and business owner I plan to continue to use my voice, and platform to bring awareness, and education to community members, the medical community, and allies who are able to support our mission and vision. I would like for you to consider partnering with us as we journey ahead to break the sickle cycle.

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