TCBNA thanks each and every blood donor, sponsor (Pfizer) partner (MUSC Pediatric Hematology Oncology) and volunteer who came out yesterday to support our blood drive. TCBNA remains committed to providing awareness and elevating issues that disproportionately affect Black communities. As we honored our very own Elizabeth Ganaway on June 17th, 2023, many of you may also know someone who lives with sickle cell every day.


A single sickle cell patient can require multiple blood transfusions per year throughout their lifetime in order to treat complications from sickle cell disease. It is critical to have a diverse group of blood donors to help all patients in need. Will you donate today? Please visit www.redcrossblood.org for more information. 

Tri-County Black Nurses Association

​​​​Programs

TCBNA empowers communities and build capacity to reduce health disparities


















































Selected Programs:

 

Scholarship ranging from $1000 -$1500 is awarded annually to a deserving African American student or student of African decent enrolled in an accredited BSN, ADN or LVN/LPN diploma program in South Carolina.

 

Moving Seniors Forward is a monthly nutrition and physical activity program in partnership with the Arthur C. Christopher Community Center.


The Mental Health Summitis an annual event dedicated to educating the community on reducing the stigma of mental health.


Our "Celebrated Kwanzaa" event is hosted annually.  Kwanzaa was created in 1966 by Maulana Karenga. Kwanzaa brings African American communities together to learn about African American history, develop unity, and build strong families.




 

Contact us to learn more about  activities hosted by TCBNA


TCBNA 2023 Blood Drive