SICKLE CELL Awareness foundation's



$30 for 1 Day of Camp
$50 for 2 Days of Camp

* 8-16 year olds ONLY *
* You will be required to fill out a wavier at the site of the camp for your participating child *


Spencer Ware ( Kansas City Chiefs) and his Sickle Cell aWAREness Foundation (SCAF) join together from June 1st to June 2nd 2019 to host an All Sports Skills Camp Weekend and Celebrity Basketball Game. This weekend of events, the 1st of its kind from SCAF, will benefit sickle cell research as well as first responder’s. More Information TBA soon and times are schedule to change. See the entire weekend schedule below and please email with questions about the Skills Camp, Celebrity Basketball Game or anything else. All proceeds will benefit the Sickle Cell aWAREness Foundation, the Amber Gray WHERE2NEXT Foundation and Project Ballerinas.

*Interested in Sponsorship? You can view and/or download the sponsorship by clicking HERE.

Friday, May 31st

Meet and Greet

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 209 E. 12th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Introduction: Spencer Ware of Sickle Cell aWAREness Foundation
Drafting of Teams - Celebrity Games
Closing Remarks: Spencer Ware of Sickle Cell aWAREness Foundation

Friday After Party

Location: 209 E. 12th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Hosted by: Ebony J 100.3 Radio Host


Saturday, June 1st

All Sports Skill Camp (8:00 AM - 12:00 PM)

Registration (7:00 AM)

Volunteers: Arrive at 6:00 AM

Basketball (Girls & Boys) (Hosted by Amber Gray / Professional Women’s Basketball player)
Football (Hosted by Spencer Ware / Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawk Superbowl XLVIII, LSU Alumni)
Softball (Hosted by Hope Ware D1 Collegiate Athlete)

Celebrity Basketball Game (2:15PM)

See who will be playing basketball in support of sickle cell disease below. More celebrities TBA soon via website and Spencer’s social media!


Sunday, June 2nd

All Sports Camp Continue (9:00AM - 12:00 PM)

Registration: 8:00 AM

Volunteers: Arrive at 7AM

Lunch (12:00 PM)

Question and Answers session (1:15 PM)
With celebrities and athletes.
Closing remarks Spencer Ware & Hope Ware