Through education and recreation,
to create a path by which
Children living with Sickle Cell Disease can lead healthy, productive lives
Camp Jumoke Bowl a-thon 2015
12th Annual Turtle Bowl
Saturday Febraury 28th 2015
33 Samor Road, Toronto, ON
SAT FEB 28 2015
Camp Jumoke’s Annual Bowl-a-thon: the 12th Annual Turtle Bowl ; Ten Pin and Cosmic Bowling...
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SAT JUN 15 2015
The annual Camp Jumoke walk-a-thon is an entire day of family-oriented events featuring celebrities...
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SEPTEMBER 2015
Mrs. Mascoll was a well-known and respected philanthropist and businesswoman ....
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A special place for Special Kids
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What is Sickle Cell Disease
Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is an inherited blood disorder that causes the distortion, or “sickling,” of red blood cells. It occurs when a child like our poster child for 2007/8,
Neneh-Iye inherits a sickle cell gene from each parent.
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Child Ambassodor
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About Camp Jumoke
In ancient cultures, the turtle was revered as a symbol of strength, survival and perseverance; some also believed they possessed mystical healing powers. For these reasons, Camp Jumoke has chosen the turtle to symbolize its spirit of survival...
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