Fort Worth, TX — Melanin Origins LLC, a children’s book company that writes biographies of African-American leaders, has partnered with Sickle Cell Disease Association of North Texas (SCDANT) in effort to increase the quality of life for those living with sickle cell conditions. The partnership includes Melanin Origins donating 25% of the proceeds from their upcoming book, Breaking The Sickle: A Snippet of The Life of Dr. Yvette Fay Francis-McBarnette to SCDANT.
Sickle Cell Disease Association of North Texas (www.scdatarrant.org) is a 501(c)3 organization committed to providing meaningful support for persons living with sickle cell conditions, as well as promoting awareness in the community. In addition to hosting blood drives, funding research, visiting hospitals, and volunteering initiatives, SCDANT offers programs aimed at off-setting qualifying expenses incurred due to having sickle cell.
It is clear what makes this partnership special: the promotion of literacy, providing hope to children, and giving back to a resilient community of people who champion living and surviving conditions that they did not ask for.
The mission of Melanin Origins LLC is to provide quality education materials which inspire young minds to aspire for excellence while embracing their heritage.
More information can be found about this partnership at www.MelaninOrigins.com.
Louie T. McClain II