EVERY AMOUNT COUNTS
There is no amount too big or too small, please donate whatever amount brings joy to your heart!
DONATE A BRICK
To find out how you can purchase a brick to become a part of one of our homes forever please email us at [email protected]
DONATE A BASKET
We at KT-DTP will be creating baskets to take to Sickle Cell Warrior to local hospitals. These baskets will include, snacks, word puzzles, board/card games, books.. Each basket is $25 dollars.To donate a basket to a Sickle Cell Warrior please click the link below.
WANT TO BECOME A SPONSOR?
“AT THE END OF THE DAY IT’S NOT ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE OR EVEN WHAT YOU’VE ACCOMPLISHED….IT’S ABOUT WHO YOU’VE LIFTED UP, WHO YOU’VE MADE BETTER. IT’S ABOUT WHAT YOU’VE GIVEN BACK.” Denzel Washington.
BECOME A SPONSOR /PARTNER TODAY
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or donor please fill out form below and one of our team members will be in contact.
We believe in Hands on Education approach to Seminar. We will provide seminar that will bring awareness to Sickle Cell Disease in a fun learning environment. Please look out for our seminar dates via website. To stay in the know please feel out contact information and you will be the first to know dates, locations of our Stay Aware Seminar.
FAMILIES SUPPORTING FAMILIES
Activities that bring families together by planning fun trips, outings, and meetings that will help families feel supported and loved and the ability to connect with other families dealing with Sickle Cell Disease. We will hold annual camps, building confidence, making friends and making connections that will last a lifetime.
Each home will be named after a Sickle Cell Warrior. Our first home will be named after Antoinette Harlin and will be called Anty’s Home. Antoinette Harlin is a 16 year old warrior who has been kicking Sickle Cells’ butt! She has gone through a bone marrow transplant at 14 years old. Her bone marrow transplant was a success until about month 12 to 18. when her numbers began to drop. Antoinette was then faced with going through the bone marrow transplant for the second time. Which entails chemo, long stays at hospital, and being isolated from her family and friends during the recovery process, which also means missing out on some of the most memorable times of her teenage years.
As new homes are built or purchased we will name each home after a Sickle Cell Disease warrior. Nominate someone today! Submit a short bio about the nominee to