Frances Thompson Walton Scholarship Application 2015
- Charity & Causes
- Scholarships awarded during the SickleCellabration at the Garden State Discovery Children's Museum, Cherry Hill NJ
Join the Sickle Cell Association of New Jersey for the last of our March Breakfast Series Mini Workshops
March 28th from 9:00 am-10:30 am.
Guest Presenter is Dr. Jill Menell, Chief of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology at St. Joseph's Hospital in Paterson, NJ
We will also have a special proclamation from Senator Lautenberg for Women's History Month acknowledging the SCANJ Scholarship established in honor of sickle cell advocate, the late Frances Thompson-Walton.
The Van Vleck House and Gardens, 21 Van Vleck Street in Montclair
Feel free to share this invitation. All Are Welcome!
Kindly RSVP via this site or call our office at 973 482-9070
The Sickle Cell Association of New Jersey (SCANJ) is here to help, educate, and advocate in the fight against sickle cell disease.
SCANJ is a 501c3 non profit community based agency established on September 1, 2009 to assist the sickle cell community, especially adults, with non - medical needs such as, support groups, transition, education, access to research, resource sharing, family follow up and other programs that improve the quality of life.
SCANJ works in partnership with dedicated health care professionals who provide much needed care for the sickle cell community and is open to individuals, sickle cell treatment centers, health care providers and organizations that support sickle cell disease services in the State of New Jersey.
Please help us by volunteering or making a tax deductible donation to SCANJ P.O. Box 9501 Newark, NJ 07104. Donations can also be made online through our website.
For more information go to
or call 973 482-9070
Mary Bentley LaMar, Founder
P.O. Box 9501 Newark NJ 07104
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