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Plasma of Hope

We advocate for people living with Sickle Cell Disease and Thalassemia

News

Plasma of Hope on the BBC

The work we are doing in the community is gaining recognition. Here is a BBC report on our Get the Jab Campaign featuring one of our service users talking about her journey to finally taking the Covid-19 vaccine.

About Plasma of Hope
Our aim is to make the lives of people living with sickle cell disease easier

Plasma of Hope is a UK registered charity supporting individuals that are living with Sickle Cell Disease or other related illnesses. We understand the struggles individuals face who are living with sickle cell. We understand the frustration of not being able to do everyday chores or enjoy certain life experiences, and our mission is to alleviate some of those struggles.

We help people with sickle cell avoid hospital admissions which plays a very big part in their mental health. We campaign to help raise awareness of sickle cell disease in the wider community, to help educate, and where possible influence others to understand and adapt where they can, creating a better world for everyone.

We advocate for people living with genetic blood disorders such as Sickle Cell and Thalassemia, and survivors of associated complications including stroke and other health issues resulting to disability. We also help their carers, and those in their immediate support network.

Our area of operation covers Walsall, Dudley, Wolverhampton and Sandwell in the West Midland of England.

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Work
Our projects

We are dedicated to finding solutions that improve the well-being of our service users. Here are a few of the projects we’ve had the privilege to work on.

Contact us
We're here to help

If you or someone you know has Sickle Cell disease or Thaleseamia, or if you're interested in joining our team of volunteers, we would love to hear from you.

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