Bowling for Bleeding Disorders
Each March, this fun event raises awareness and brings attention to those living with an inherited bleeding disorder during Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. The Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) created Bowling for Bleeding Disorders to raise money to support Camp Youngblood at Camp Holiday Trails; Camp Youngblood is a week-long camp for children with bleeding disorders. This family-friendly fundraiser is open to the entire community and is a great opportunity to give back. SAVE THE DATE: The next Bowling for Bleeding Disorders Fundraiser will be March 3, 2018 in Richmond and Chesapeake.
Spring Fundraiser and Silent Auction
Every spring the inherited bleeding disorders community gather their friends and family in a beautiful and unique venue to celebrate and support the work of VHF. This event is known for delicious food, live music, a popular raffle basket and silent auction, and a great cause. This fundraiser is open to the entire community (ages 21 and over). SAVE THE DATE: The next Spring Fundraiser and Silent Auction will be April 22, 2018.
Trick or Trot 5K and Fun Walk
On the last Saturday in October, join VHF for a race and walk the entire family can enjoy. Trick or Trot is a fun and healthy way to show your support for all those whose lives are impacted by inherited bleeding disorders. Join us to run a 5K course, walk a quick one mile route, or cheer the kids in a Monster Dash, a 100-yard fun run for kids 12 and under. Costumes are highly encouraged and you won’t want to miss the pre-race Halloween party with a DJ, food, and more!