A bit of history
Children Sickle Cell Foundation (CSCF) was founded in 2001 by a group tired of always running into walls when it came to Sickle Cell Disease care.
Dr. K. C. Wafula
We are an independent not-for-profit, community based organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with Sickle Cell Disease. CSCF was founded in 2001 with the guidance of our Patron Dr. K.C. Wafula and a group of parents who had children with Sickle Cell. They founded CSCF out of frustrations that faced both adult and children sickle cell disease patients as well care givers. The motto of the organization, "Turning Sickles into Smiles" aims to cope with the overwhelming obstacles and emotional challenges that are a part of living with a serious, chronic disease that is under-funded, undervalued and the target of much ignorance, prejudice and discouraging empty complaints and rife stigma.
We have country-wide presence in several heavily affected counties
CSCF's national network is made possible by a large army of very dedicated volunteers who provide a vital link to our members countrywide.
These are caregivers and warriors alike who've taken up the crucial duty of ensuring that members within their areas receive timely and appropriate care and information.
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Ready to support us ? Donate to Children Sickle Cell Foundation CSCF thanks you for your interest in donating to support its efforts to provide better life for people living with Sickle Cell Disease. We accept donations via the methods below: Lipa Na MPesa Buy Goods and Services Till Number 331752 Cheques drawn in favor of CHILDREN SICKLE CELL FOUNDATION Buying our merchandize at the Your donation goes a long way to support us in the following ways: Buying crucial drugs like Folic acid, Pen V, Hydroxurea, Zinc, DF118 Buying food for the very needy Sickle Cell disease patients in our various branches Providing transport for needy patients to travel to and from Sickle cell clinics in Baraka Hospital, Busia, Kilifi and Homabay Paying rent for the CSCF office Donate Sickle Cell Disease is a painful condition affects everyone from babies through adults. Donations always help CSCF achieve our goals. Please consider a contribution today. Watch Video Become an Individual Member We are only able to fulfill the mission and vision of CSCF with support from individuals who are passionate about bettering the lives of Sickle Cell Disease patients. It is imperative that we have a strong network of dedicated people in order to make a far reaching and long lasting impact. Our Individual Members are the backbone of this network. By working with your local CSCF Member Organizations, you will be positioned to have a direct impact on the lives of Sickle Cell Disease patients, learn more about the Disease, and share suggestions and concerns with a local and national network of patients, providers, educators, media, government agencies, etc. CSCF urges you to join as an Individual Member in order to make a lasting difference and to enjoy the benefits offered. Please click here for Membership Benefits. Please click here to apply for Individual Membership. If you are with a Sickle Cell Disease organization and are interested in becoming a Chapter of CSCF as a Member Organization please click here. If you are with an organization that is not a Sickle Cell Disease organization, but work in part within the Sickle Cell field or in a related field, and are interested in becoming an Affiliate CSCF Member Organization, please click here. Become a Corporate Partner CSCF is grateful for the support of the many corporations and businesses across Kenya that contribute to our mission of improving the quality of health, life and services for individuals, families and communities affected by sickle cell disease and related conditions, while promoting the search for a cure for all people in the world. Become a Corporate Partner today. Volunteer There are always volunteer opportunities at CSCF for assistance with public relations and event management to website maintenance and more. Become an Advocate Advocate volunteers watch over and advocate for programs, services and research efforts that affect the entire sickle cell community.
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