Nominations for Shooting star Bravery award

We all know that living with Sickle cell is not easy but there are some children and young people whose experience with Sickle Cell is worst that most, especially when they have a stroke.

Do you think that a Shooting star award would make a difference to their lives, make them smile, or feel encouraged?

Nominate that child today and you will be doing just that!

Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors (SCYSS) presents our first Shooting Star Award.

The Grange City Hotel.
8 – 14 Coopers Row
Tower Hill

6/11/2010 18:00 – 24:00

The award is designed to commend, acknowledge as well as encourage children and young people who have had a trying time battling with sickle cell and related illnesses in the last year.

We will appreciate it, if you could nominate children or a young person that you feel are deserving of the award or children who will benefit from this award from your surgery/ clinic.

The procedure is very simple. Simply fill out the form attached and we will contact you as soon as possible to let you know if your nominee has been successful.

Children and young people below the age of 18 (up to 25 if they have had a stroke) are eligible and the closing date for nominations is the 16th of October.

Please feel free to photocopy and circulate the form to your networks. We look forward to your prompt reply.

Don’t forget to get your tickets today.

Carol Nwosu

Carol Okoroafor-Nwosu
Founder/Chief Executive Officer
Sickle Cell & Young Stroke Survivors
8th Floor, Hannibal House
Elephant and Castle

Tel: 020 7358 4828 Mobile: 07903 654 608

General e-mail:

SCYSS for children, young people and their families affected by Sickle Cell and Stroke in Young children.

SCYSS Nomination form 2010