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Walking for your warrior. Walking in memory of someone who is no longer here. Walking for a cure. There are countless reasons to Walk for Sickle Cell. We hope you decide to join us as we uplift families, raise awareness, and provide support to hundreds of families statewide. We need your help to make a difference, and we know every step counts. Sickle Cell Association of Texas Marc Thomas Foundation’s virtual walk is a must to join.
Mark your calendars – the Walk for Sickle Cell is back. That’s right – on Saturday, September 3rd, we will be walking to uplift others, raise awareness, and provide support for hundreds of families. You can join us from anywhere – whether that’s your neighborhood, your gym, or your backyard, what matters the most is you joining us in our journey this year.
Saturday, September 3rd, 2022
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