£985.00raised of £1,800.00 goal
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To improve sickle cell education and promote sickle cell awareness across the globe, My Friend Jen Sickle Cell Education and Awareness CIC needs your assistance.
My Friend Jen is the award winning series of children's books written by specialist speaker on sickle cell Jenica Leah with the aim to promote sickle cell awareness and to give young children with sickle cell the peace of mind she didn't have growing up with the condition. It is also a great tool for creating a better understanding of the blood disorder and educating adults and children about sickle cell.
Jen will be visiting various sickle cell organisations to donate books to be distributed amongst their community.
Any amount from you, big or small, will assist in the amount of books we can give. The more you help to raise = The more books we can donate.
This will be an ongoing funding programme and will be updated with the organisations being visited and how much books have been donated to each.
For more information on My Friend Jen visit: www.myfriendjen.co.uk
Thank you for your support!!
Free Book (My Friend Jen: The Check Up)
Half of your donation amount will go to the Sickle Cell Foundation of Jamaica to help patients with medication / appointment costs
Next Stop... JamaicaUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 10:13 am
Hey everyone,I hope you are doing well as the end of a turbulent year draws near. We wanted to try and end the year on a positive note so we will be doing our next book donation project in Jamaica. This one has been a long time coming (2 years. . . . .
Nigeria Book Donation VlogUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 12:52 am
Hi beautiful people,Just a quick update. I know it is very late (1 year late) but I still want to let you all know that the Nigeria book donation project was a success. Even though at the time of going we were 20 books short, I still donated 200 books. . . . .
GAMBIA VLOGUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 03:17 pm
Although we shared the video of the event held in Gambia, heres is a short vlog of the time that was spent in Gambia leading up to the symposium, as well as some other fun memories created whilst there.CLICK THE LINK TO WATCH:https://youtu.be/_lwkIiMwTqwEnjoy!
4 Weeks to goUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 08:19 pm
We've got 4 weeks to meet our target. I'm sure we will do it but here's a little video that you can share to help us get there.Thank you for your support.
Next Stop... Nigeria!Update posted by Jenica Leah at 10:01 am
The Sickle Cell Aid Foundation (SCAF) Nigeria has grown tremendously in its 5 years of existence, from an extra curricular club in the Nigerian Law School, to one of the most influential sickle cell NGO's in Nigeria.My Friend Jen will be travelling to Nigeria to visit the Sickle Cell Aid. . . . .
Gambia Book Donation EventUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 12:12 pm
As part of the Gambia Book Donation Program, we organised an event for students, teachers, Ministers and others to come and learn more about sickle cell in the hope of spreading awareness of one of the most common genetic disorders in the world. The turnout was more than we could
Gambia Book Donation UpdateUpdate posted by Jenica Leah at 12:08 pm
We would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who gave towards our Gambia Book Donation Program. We exceeded our target and the extra money will go towards the next donation programme which we will announce soon. Due to an unecpected set back, all free boooks and thank you gifts
First Stop... Gambia!Update posted by Jenica Leah at 02:25 am
In The Gambia, Sickle Cell Anaemia is very prevalent, however, most people do not know their status because of the lack of knowledge about the disease. I will be travelling to Gambia in just over 4 weeks time to visit The Sickle Cell Association, Banjul Chapter. One of their aims. . . . .