In the tapestry of human suffering, some stories emerge as beacons of hope, resilience, and unwavering faith. The Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation, conceived from the depths of personal agony and miraculous healing, stands as a testament to the indomitable spirit of those affected by sickle cell anemia. Let’s delve into the foundation’s heartening narrative and explore how you can contribute to this noble cause.
The Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation is not merely an organization; it’s a heartfelt response to the immense suffering faced by individuals battling sickle cell anemia. Inspired by the life journey of Dr. William Odion’s mother, this foundation seeks to make a positive impact by offering support, awareness, and assistance in managing the challenges posed by this genetic disorder.
The foundation’s mission is grounded in compassion, aiming to extend a supportive hand to individuals dealing with sickle cell anaemia. It strives to provide resources and medical support and create awareness about this often-misunderstood condition. The ultimate goal is to offer hope, encouragement, and practical assistance to enhance the quality of life for those affected.
Raise Awareness: shed light on the realities of sickle cell anaemia and its impact on individuals and families.
Provide Financial Support: Offering assistance for medical treatments, medications, and educational resources.
Foster Community: Creating a community of empathy and understanding for those affected by sickle cell anaemia.
Collaboration: Engaging with healthcare professionals, donors, and volunteers to expand the foundation’s reach.
The foundation’s genesis lies in the profound journey of Dr. William Odion’s mother. Born a sickler, her life was marred by excruciating pain, cries, and the breaking of cells. Her odyssey through the depths of despair took a miraculous turn in 1988, when divine intervention brought about instantaneous healing. Her recounting of this experience paints a vivid picture of the challenges faced and the triumph of faith over adversity.
“I was born a sickler in my mother’s womb, and I was unable to carry out any duty allotted to me by my parents. The pains come from time to time. so severe as if I am going to die the next day… The pains come with cries and breaking of the cells, and I perceive the odour of my blood; all the joints are so painful; I am very tired to clean up myself; it is very difficult to breathe, eat, or bathe; and I can barely sit down without holding my legs and my chest with my hands. My teachers bring me home from school. I always fall by the wayside.
Some good Samaritans, or my mother, would meet me there and carry me home. Whenever a crisis comes, there is a shortage of blood, a loss of appetite, body weakness, toothache, and cold; it would keep me inactive, causing a loss of memory as if I did not exist; sometimes I die completely and resurrect again; I prefer dying to live; then I decided to commit suicide, but God called me with a loud voice not to do so.
My first baby boy was only three months old when the power of God came to me in my house and healed me instantly. This was in 1988.”
How You Can Partner:
The Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation invites you to become an integral part of this noble mission. Your support can make a significant impact, and there are various ways to contribute:
Collaborative Events: Jointly organize awareness events, workshops, and seminars to educate and inform.
Volunteer Engagement: Encourage your employees to volunteer their time and skills for foundation activities.
Why Partner with Us:
Personal Connection: Dr. William Odion’s personal experience fuels the foundation’s passion and dedication.
Philanthropic Heritage: The family’s history of engaging in missionary work and reaching out to those in need.
Supernatural Healing Story: The foundation’s origin is anchored in the miraculous healing of Dr. Odion’s mother, a testament to the power of faith.
For further details or to express your interest, reach out to the Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation at probabasicklecellfoundation@
Service to others is a valuable legacy, and the Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation believes that what is given away is stored in God’s eternal safe deposit vault. Join them in this humanitarian endeavour, and together, let’s make a lasting impact.
Dr. William Odion
Probaba Sickle Cell Foundation