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5K Run, Walk, & Roll

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For College Student Support &
Sickle Cell Treatment


To ensure the safety of all participants and staff, this community day has gone virtual! Now you can easily pick the day and activity you'd like to get active with SJBC.

November 6th, 2021 - November 10th, 2021

Join us as we run, walk, and roll to raise money for local programs benefiting students and those with sickle cell disease. Our community partners are providing the support, advocacy, and resources for underserved students and patients to receive the care and opportunities that will empower future generations to excel.

Together, we'll go farther than ever before with our first hybrid (virtual + in-person) event! So dust off those running shoes and get ready to make a difference!

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Community Partners

The Bobbi Engram Foundation has partnered with three organizations to educate and empower the next generation of Marylanders, specifically by supporting the most underserved individuals in our state. Through the 5K, we'll expand resources, treatment options, and advocacy for students and those with sickle cell disease.


The HCCEF was established as a charitable nonprofit organization to assist Howard Community College students by providing scholarship and program opportunities to students needing financial assistance and support along their educational journey.


This foundation is dedicated to making the achievement gap smaller and improving equity for all students.


The SJBC Scholarship Fund supports new and recurring college students with grants up to $10,000, mentorship sessions, and student networking opportunities.


The mission is to expand opportunities by providing needed support early in the higher education journey, advancing our next generation.



Not much of a runner? Put your dollars to real work in the local community by supporting the SJBC 5K Run, Walk, & Roll this year.

100% of all donations are tax-deductible and incredibly impactful, fostering research into sickle cell disease and empowering the youth of today to better lead the world tomorrow.

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