Ann Kendall, 2021 VHF Volunteer of the Year Nominee

Ann Kendall, 2021 VHF Volunteer of the Year Nominee

VHF is honored to announce our second nominee for Volunteer of the Year: Ann Kendall. Ann has worked closely with VHF as the Advocacy Committee Chair – successfully helping to prepare numerous advocacy grants, planning virtual advocacy chats, serving as a speaker and...
May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month

Since 1949, Mental Health America (MHA) and their affiliates have observed May as Mental Health Month. Now, more than ever, it is critical to reduce the stigma around mental health struggles, because that stigma often prevents individuals from seeking help. In 2021,...
Register Today for the VHF Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk!

Register Today for the VHF Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk!

We are very excited to announce registration is open for the 2021 Virginia Hemophilia Foundation Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk! Our goal for 2021 is to host an in-person event, following local and state safety guidelines, to ensure a safe, welcoming and fun...
BLEEDING DISORDERS AWARENESS MONTH UPDATE: THANK YOU!

BLEEDING DISORDERS AWARENESS MONTH UPDATE: THANK YOU!

VHF would like to warmly thank every person who donated and helped spread awareness for our March Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month Campaign. From news articles to school-wide awareness campaigns to Facebook Fundraisers, you truly banded together as a community of...