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The Virginia bleeding disorders community needs you. This is your chance to be heard - join us and share your story! Advocacy Training and Richmond Days are an opportunity for people affected by inherited bleeding disorders in the Commonwealth of Virginia to advocate for issues that matter to them. During Richmond Days, the Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) schedules meetings with individual legislators that allow constituents to advocate and share their story.Find out more »
A rejuvenating weekend retreat filled with educational programming, yoga, self-care tips and community building. This retreat is open to women age 21 and up with inherited bleeding disorders and/or to women whose lives are impacted by a bleeding disorder (i.e. caregivers, spouses, carriers, immediate family members).Find out more »
With this event we hope to provide consumers with the knowledge needed to discuss new and current treatment options, the ins and outs of clinical trials, and have conversations around insurance barriers to treatment. To recognize March as Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month and to help the Virginia bleeding disorders community understand what these potential advancements may mean, we are excited to host our Inaugural Medical Symposium in Richmond, VA.Find out more »
Join the Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) at our annual signature spring benefit. Attendees will come together to celebrate and support the inherited bleeding disorders community during this special afternoon of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and a fabulous live and silent auction. This event is in special recognition of World Hemophilia Day on April 17th and attendees will wear red in support of Bleeding Disorders Awareness! Open to all attendees age 21 and up.Find out more »
All parts of the online application for Camp Youngblood must be complete by April 30th
CAMP YOUNGBLOOD | July 7 – July 12 at Camp Holiday Trails
A week-long overnight camp at Camp Holiday Trails (CHT) for children with inherited bleeding disorders, their siblings, and children of members of the inherited bleeding disorder community that reside within the Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) or Hemophilia Association of the Capital Area (HACA) coverage area. Kids enjoy a week of fun and learning with others that are faced with similar challenges and life experiences.