SCTPN Walk for Education and Awareness supporting Sickle Cell Thalassemia Patients Network
SCTPN Walk for Education and Awareness

About SCTPN Walk Bike Run

24th Annual SCTPNWalk for Sickle Cell Disease Education

Hybrid Event Live From Central Park West, NYC

SEPTEMBER IS SICKLE CELL DISEASE AWARENESS MONTH

This year we will Walk - Bike - Run

Central Park Row

Enter on W 72nd Street/CPW or E 72nd Street/5th Avenue

Walk Day  Saturday, September 17,  2022, 

9:00 AM Registration

11:00 AM Starts and Ends 2:00 PM


Thank you for supporting the Sickle Cell Thalassemia Patients Network's

24th Annual Education & Awareness Event.


About SCTPN

Sickle Cell/Thalassemia Patients Network (SCTPN) began in 1989 at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital (now known as Interfaith Medical Center) located in Brooklyn, NY, as an adult and parent support group for individuals with inherited blood disorder.

For more information or to answer questions you may have, contact Chauncy Mudayh at chauncy.mudayh@sctpn.net

Thank you and good luck!

Date

Starts at:  September 17, 2022 8:00 AM
Ends at:  September 17, 2022 1:00 PM

Location

Central Park
Center Row - Enter on W. 72nd Street & CPW or on E. 72nd Street and 5th Avenue
New York,NY 10023 USA

Contact

Chauncy Mudayh
(347) 533-8485
sctpnwalk@sctpn.net

How Your Support Makes a Difference

Your support of the Walk Bike Run enables SCTPN deliver needed services to individuals and families living with sickle cell disease and raise public awareness for inherited blood disorders.

Here is how your contribution helps:

Supports the organization's operation and programs:

  • Care Coordination for Adults.
  • Transitions for young adults transitioning into adult medical care.
  • College scholarships to adults with SCD pursuing an undergraduate degree.
  • Deliver Public Outreach & Education Serves (POES) Presentations.
  • Trains and hires advocates from our community to become Community  Health Workers.  
  • Provides financial assistance to individuals and families experiencing and emergency situation.

Thanks to our generous sponsors