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Tutors for Trinity raises money for families affected by aplastic anemia and myelodysplastic syndrome through tutoring students on Zoom. To learn more about our story, visit this page.

We provide tutoring for math, history, science, English, and Spanish for grades 5 – 10. Our tutors are volunteers in high school that have a passion for children’s education. Fill out the contact form here if you have any inquiries.

What is aplastic anemia?

Aplastic anemia is an extremely rare disease that only affects 1 in 250,000 every year. Because the blood disorder is so rare, there are not many treatments available.

This blood disorder stems from bone marrow damage, which is either present at birth or acquired from exposure to radiation chemotherapy, toxic chemicals, or infection. People with aplastic anemia do not make enough red and white blood cells and platelets in their bone marrow. Because of the drop in platelets and white blood cells, the blood is not able to clot the way it should.

People that have aplastic anemia are more at risk to infections and have to avoid situations that involve possible injury. Aplastic anemia patients have to stay away from large crowds and people that are sick.

Tutors for Trinity seeks to help families that are affected by aplastic anemia by providing funds to help them pay for their groceries, housing, and bills. To learn more about aplastic anemia, follow our Instagram!

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Want to become a tutor?

We are seeking high schoolers that are able to teach subjects for grades 5 – 10.

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Help families who are affected by aplastic anemia and myelodysplastic syndrome.