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SupaJamz is proud to host the 1st Annual “Reggae 4 Cure” Benefit Concert. This community event raises funds for critical services that our residents need, and it promotes awareness about Sickle Cell disease.

An event of this kind is the perfect avenue to foster community spirit, growth, and stimulate the local economy. Reggae 4 Cure is the first and only Reggae festival in the city of Wellington, Florida.

Reggae4Cure is the reincarnation of One Love Reggae Fest. One Love Reggae Fest was staged 2010, 2012 and 2013 at the Palm Beach County Fairgrounds and Amphitheater.

At its roots, reggae is a family oriented genre that encourages discipline, confidence, and commitment to upward mobility. The attendees are individuals who strive to transcend the barriers of inequality, practice a love for life and revel in the freedom of self expression.

Attendees will be treated to authentic reggae music, tropical cuisine, and art and crafts from a variety of vendors during this all day event.

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3 Kings Automotive Specialist Josie Normil
Aldwin Dishmey Julie Archer
Ava Kareen Whyte
Bertha Kelly King
Bijoux Desir Lashawna Mitchell
Carmen Bersch Linda
Cindy Wells Lisa Foster
Claire Esteril Lisa Walker & Family
Claudette Harley Loraine Chalmers
Clive Herbert Maria Blyden
Dale Getfield (Peoples Choice Furniture) Marie Auge
Daphney Fleurant Meghan Turnpenny
David Yurick Nirva Borqelin
Debbie Sandler Nkesha Barlin
Demian Broussard Olga Vil
Domita Mosley Omar (3 Kings Auto)
Dorena P. Omar Coke
F. Ramos Pascale Lamitie
Frida Orelus Rebeca Krogman
Ginger Dubovick Robert & Gaye Lumley
Greg St.Jacques Selinda Ortega
Gregory Gabriel Shelton Brown Jr.
Haiz Miller Shelton Brown Sr.
Hazel Edwards Tameka Johnson
Irma Coupet Tamera Brown
Isdrianti Tamika Kramer
Jacque Meade Ted S.
Jada Thuha Nguyen
Jeanna Bonnaine Tina Ayala
Jeannie Milenski Vernon Harris
Jimmy Viora Palmer-Fearon
Joanne Isidro Wesly
Jocelyn Orelus Wesny Carrena
JoeAnn Hyppocite Zairia Guillaume
John C.

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CARIBBEAN CHOICE BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
2845 N MILITARY TRAIL WEST PALM BEACH
(561) 682-9014

PEENIE WALLIES SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
1155 ROYAL PALM BEACH BLVD. ROYAL PALM
(561) 619-9237

YARDSTYLE CUISINE
1097 N MILITARY TRAIL, HAVERHILL
(561) 855-7627
 
GOOD CLEAN VAPES
6754 FOREST HILL BLVD. GREENACRES
(561) 429-8405
REGGAE JERK RESTAURANT
2178 JOG RD., GREENACRES
(561) 318-6213
 
EXOTIC VAPES
13833 WELLINGTON TRACE E-9, WELLINGTON
(561) 429-2063

The Foundation

The Sicke Cell Foundation of Palm Beach County & The Treasure Coast Inc.

The foundation is a voluntary health organization that has been in existence since 1973. Incorporation papers were filed with the Secretary of State in December 1979 and incorporation status was awarded March 4, 1980. The organization later received its 501 (c)(3) designation from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. SCF provides services to a 5-county area and is the only entity covering Palm Beach, Martin, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and Indian River  Counties that is dedicated to serving persons affected by Sickle Cell Disease/Trait.  

The organization that serves the 5-counties of Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie in Southeast Florida. The mission of the organization is to improve the quality of life for persons with Sickle Cell Disease or Trait, and members of their families, and to educate the general public about this devastating blood disorder.  

In addition to outreach, advocacy and screening, the following services are available to persons with Sickle Cell Disease/Trait: basic life skills counseling, comprehensive case management, information and education to parents of infants who test positive for Sickle Cell Trait, and family support groups. Normalization/socialization activities are primarily targeted to children and adolescents. Education about Sickle Cell Disease/Trait is provided to clients on an ongoing basis and presentations are made to such entities as health/human services providers, educators and school officials, child/daycare providers, chambers of commerce and employers, professional groups, civics/community and faith-based organizations. Professional development seminars are also provided for physicians, physician assistants and Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners. Social workers, nurses, case managers, family and mental health therapists, nutritionists, coaches, educators and allied health workers are also able to participate in professional development seminars.

MISSION:

  • Sickle Cell Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for persons affected by Sickle Cell Disease/Trait and members of their family, and educate the public about this devastating hereditary blood disorder.
  • Targeted communities are educated on preventing “Black babies from dying.”

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Reggae4Cure

Mobile:  1 + 561-877-1526

Office:  1+ 561-660-5892

Email:  Reggae4Cure@gmail.com

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