Can you Fundraise for us?
Did you know that every Christmas we hardly receive any donations or gifts for our Children and young people?
Please make Christmas 2017 different, for us it’s not too early to think about Christmas as we know that winter is a tough time kids living with Sickle cell anaemia.
Because Sickle cell is a stigmatised condition, most people living with it keep silent, so we really need your help in raising funds for our charity.
Most people do not know that children who live with sickle cell are at high risk of stroke. Sickle cell and Young Stroke Survivors is here to speak up for our children and young people, so please support us today.
So whether you’re a school, a youth group, or a young person looking to raise money for Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors, there are all sorts of ways you can get involved.
Can we be your Charity of the Year?
Sainsbury’s Waterloo made us their charity of the year 2011 – 2012 and raised a substantial amount of money for us. We were able to fundraise in the front of the shop, which included a raffle. Thank you to Carol and her team for their support.
Get in touch if you’d like to make us your charity of the year.
Host a Coffee morning or a Bake sale
Ruth Nwosu and her friends hosted a bake sale at St John Fisher Primary school Wimbledon and Ursuline High School Wimbledon and donated the proceeds to SCYSS – enough to buy refreshments for the SCYSS club!
Ursuline High school, Harris Academy , Rochester Grammar School, Greenshaw High School and The University of Nottingham are just some of the schools and Universities that have that have supported the charity.
Help change lives by making your event support Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors, by holding the event for our children the money raised goes a long way in ensuring that children and Young people are supported and educated on how to empower themselves. There is no easy cure for sickle cell the children have to learn how to look after themselves.