Hope Gala - Celebrating 29 Years of Saving Lives
11/06/2021

500,000 Donors Added / 1000 Patients Matched / $400K in Critical Funds Supplied - All Based on the Wish of a Dying 13-year-old Brazillian Girl

Online PR News – 06-November-2021 – New York, NY – The Icla da Silva Foundation was established in 1992, in memory of a 13-year-old Brazilian girl named Icla da Silva. After two years fighting leukemia, Icla passed in New York City where she came hoping to receive her life-saving treatment: a bone marrow transplant.

A matching donor was never found and the Icla da Silva Foundation was established to honor her wish: "Mom, I'm fine, don't worry about me; please help my friends" - Icla da Silva

Announcing the Hope Gala
Join us to celebrate 29 years of saving lives and bringing more hope to patients in search of a matching donor.

You are invited to this live event, presented virtually on Thursday, Dec 2nd, 2021 from 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EST).

There is no cost to attend, but you must RSVP to reserve your spot and receive the link to view us live - https://app.mobilecause.com/e/Ob4QQg?vid=n2a1y

You can also RSVP by texting IclaGala to 41444.

Witness the remarkable, first-hand experience of a patient and their family on a life-saving journey. Learn about the changes we are implementing as we enter our 30th year of saving lives. Join us to celebrate the impact we are making in the lives of blood cancer and sickle cell patients.

Join us in honor of the lives we have saved. Watch their stories. Together we will save more lives.

About Icla da Silva
The Icla da Silva Foundation saves lives by recruiting bone marrow donors and providing support services to children and adults with leukemia and other diseases treatable by marrow transplants.

To date, we have added 500,000+ new donors to the national registry, matched 1000+ ethnically diverse patients with their donors, and provided $400,000+ critical needs for patent services.

The Icla da Silva Foundation is a nonprofit organization under section 501(c) 3 of the IRS Code. Visit us at http://www.icla.org