September 9, 2017
14 days since
the event.
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Saturday, September 9th  2017 (10am – 1pm)
 

$40 adults/ $20 Youth (11-18), kids under 11 FREE
 

Seward Park SHELTER # 3
5900 Lake Washington Blvd S, Seattle, WA 98118

 

The Walk is our annual fundraiser. We are a volunteer based organization. All proceeds go to support  our Intership, Sickle Cell Summer Camp, Adult Retreat, Support Groups,  Outings, and Education.

We are so thankful to our sponsors, Seattle Children’s Hospital, UPS, Odessa Brown Clinic and Safeway. We also would like to thank all of our community partners and individual supporters who come out every year to continue to support our efforts. We are able to help those impacted by Sickle Cell Disease throughout Washington State and beyond because of your support on this one day! Thank you and we look forward to seeing you at the park!
 

 

The Metropolitan Seattle Sickle Cell Task Force is a grass roots community based organization committed to helping people with Sickle Cell Disease in our local community. The Task Force was established in 1994 as a private non-profit organization.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide education and support to the community and to enhance the overall well-being of those afflicted with various forms of Sickle Cell Disease and their families. We work to disseminate information and provide support to people with Sickle Cell Disease, young and old.

Community Outreach

The Task Force works in partnership with schools, institutions, non-profit organizations, and health care providers to provide sickle cell testing and education about sickle cell disease and trait to the community.

Support

We desire to support individuals and families who are affected by Sickle Cell Disease or who have the sickle cell trait. We offer family education events, support groups social events, advocacy, scholarship, and Sickle Cell Camp. We want to be advocates for individuals and families in any way possible to enhance their well-being. Please contact us if you have particular questions, concerns, or needs.

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