SCID, Angels for Life Foundation is pleased to announce the Aisha Chaudhary SCID Scholarship fund for undergraduate students, graduate students or those attending a trade school in the US who are diagnosed with Severe Combined Immune Deficiency (SCID). The scholarships are available […]
SCID Angels is proud to offer the Ray Ballard Travel Scholarship Program for SCID patients or SCID families wishing to attend a SCID meeting or event in the U.S. Ray was 25 years old when […]
SCID Angels for Life is happy to offer SCID Family Scholarships to affected families who are currently going through treatment for Severe Combined Immune Deficiency. We understand the financial burden that is being placed on […]
Your Donations Matter
For the academic year beginning in 2021 SCID Angels was pleased to award 3 Educational Scholarships to students attending institutions of higher learning.
· Meet Our Scholarship Recipients ·
Myles is attending the University of Texas at San Antonio. He expects to graduate in 2023 with a degree in Business.
“I’ve enjoyed the experience of being in a classroom again as well as meeting wonderful new friends!”
Samuel is attending the University of Oklahoma. He is planning to graduate in 2023 in Pre-Pharmacy.
“I’ve enjoyed being able to live on campus, seeing all my friends! College is a tight-knit community, so hanging out with a friend is as simple as asking someone to do something with you!”
Aiden attends Ohio University. He’s studying Sport Management and Business Analytics and expects to graduate in 2023.
“The thing I have enjoyed most about college has been the social experience of meeting all new people and making new friends.”
· The Impact for Families ·
In 2021 SCID, Angels for Life provided 14 families with scholarships to help them get through difficult hospitalizations, treatments and life events. Here are just a few examples of Family Scholarship Recipients:
A SCID patient who already had a number of ongoing challenges was diagnosed in 2021 with a form of cancer. He required treatment out of his home state.
A family found SCID Angels just this year when going through transplant with their 2nd SCID child. This treatment required juggling 2 SCID babies who were only 14 months apart, while being treated at a hospital outside their home state.
Another family turned to SCID Angels for help while moving their family to a new state. They expected to have to sleep in their car with their SCID child during the move. The drive would take more than one day and they didn’t have the funds available to stay in a clean hotel.
These are just a few of the stories we hear on a daily basis from families with a SCID child. This is why we need your help, so that no family is turned away in a time of need.