NHF grant helps chapter implement changes.
Hawaiian volcano offers exciting venue for fundraising.
Triathlons raise funds for Mary M. Gooley Hemophilia Center.
Social media campaign reaches undiagnosed women.
Cobb family helped start Alaska Hemophilia Association.
Missouri mom was key in passage of a state bill.
About 15 California social workers participated.
The chapter’s fundraising goal this year is to make a net profit of $22,000.
Their decades of combined experience will be missed
2012 is fifth year of NHF’s Walk program
NHF is pleased to announce that two local organizations have joined NHF as affiliated chapters: Hemophilia Foundation of Maryland (HFM) in Parkville and Hemophilia of Iowa in Cedar Falls.
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The chapters will adopt the name, logo and brand of NHF, although they will retain their mission of providing services to their local constituents.
Six NHF chapter volunteers were honored with Chapter Recognition Awards at the 2010 Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Illinois has embraced social media, with a Hemophilia Walk Twitter account, a general Twitter account and pages on Facebook, Flickr and YouTube.
Jeanne White-Ginder, Ryan White’s mom, leads the Indiana Hemophilia Walk.
Rick Springfield concert helps Central Ohio Chapter raise money for hemophilia.
The Virginia Hemophilia Foundation develops an interactive play about hemophilia.
Nearly 400 people gathered in Berkeley, California, ready to kick off the Northern California Hemophilia Foundation’s Hemophilia Walk—the first Hemophilia Walk of 2010.
Now they will call me when they’re going to do something provider-related and say, “We want to know what the chapter thinks.”