SCD Community Annapolis Day 2019!


Come join us for Annapolis Day 2019 when we meet State Legislators to Educate them on the needs of the Sickle Cell Disease Community

Would you like to help make a difference in the sickle cell disease community? Please join MSCDA and the sickle cell disease community in supporting Annapolis Day 2019! It is important that lawmakers hear the voices see the faces of those living with sickle cell disease. Supporting local and national events such as Annapolis Day assists in the passing of vital legislature needed to improve the lives of those living with sickle cell disease.

FREE TRANSPORTATION for persons with Sickle Cell Disease from Baltimore (Johns Hopkins Hospital) and Prince George’s County (New Carrollton Metro Station)



Sponsored by:

Faces of Our Children, Inc.

Maryland Sickle Cell Disease Association (MSCDA) Sickle Cell Anemia Association of Harford/Cecil Counties

William E Proudford Sickle Cell Fund, Inc.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need additional information.

We hope to see you on March 13!

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