Our Mission

We host the annual SOS Walk  to help raise funds to educate the general public about sickle cell disease. We work to stomp out sickle cell disease through 

education, research and advocacy.

I never realized what a need there was for people with sickle cell disease until I got involved with SOS Walk. There are millions of people in America. Living comfortably, it’s easy to forget that other people out there don’t have it as easy as you do. Volunteering with SOS Walk opened my eyes and heart to a whole small world of people impacted by sickle cell disease. I'm glad that I can help!”​


T. Cudjoe 

SOS Walk Volunteer

“I'm so thankful for the SOS Walk. I've walked in support of their efforts to Stomp Out Sickle Cell Disease every year since they started. I also receive medical treatment and support services through Howard University Hospital and the Howard University Center for Sickle Cell Disease. I also have received counseling through Faces of Our Children,.

It helps me get through the tough times knowing that someone really cares!"


Z. Zapata

Sickle Cell Client

Center for Sickle Cell Disease


The Lives We Impact

Call: 202-865-8366


We would like to thank all the volunteers and those who came out to walk to Stomp Out Sickle Cell Disease (SOS). 

​We would also like to give a very big THANK YOU to all who donated to our 2014 SOS Walk. – we really appreciate your support and contributions! It's not to late donate by clicking the donate button below.




Sickle Cell


Patient


Interviews


Howard University Center For Sickle Cell Disease is looking for sickle cell patients 18 years old and older who participated in at least one clinical research study to interview, the phone interview is approximately 45 minutes and the participant will be compensated for their time. For further information contact 202-865-8293  Read More HERE

Breaking News


SCDAA and Sickle Cell Community collects ​over 100,000 signatures

Read More from SCDAA HERE  


2014 SOS Walk

​You helped us raise

 

$ 20, 798.00


 


Learn about sickle cell ,  kidney disease and much more - watch the video below.


How You Can Help