Let's UNITE for the Bleeding Disorders Community in Western PA!
We hope you will join us at the Harmar Pavilion in North Park on Saturday, September 7th for our 11th Annual Walk!! This is a day where our community and everyone who supports it comes together to celebrate each other, support each other, and share a beautiful day in the park. This event will include a DJ, photo booth, face painting, snacks and goodies, and fun for people of all ages! The 10th Annual Run For Their Lives 5k and 7th Annual Cornhole Tournament will be held the same day!
The funds generated from our Walk help the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation:
Promote patient advocacy and blood safety for everyone
Support families in need by offering assistance with medical bills, travel, knee/elbow braces and other medical devices.
Provide medical ID jewelry to our members at no cost to them
Provide local educational programming throughout the year
Provide a support network to all our community members
Create and increase awareness about bleeding disorders
Join us and be part of this celebration!
The Unite Walk is an important part of our year-long celebration, so we are setting a big goal of raising $72,000! Please consider starting a team, joining an existing team, or making a donation. Every little bit counts and brings us closer to our goal! If you’re not sure who to donate to, check out our amazing list of teams! Be sure to click on their links and see why they Unite!
This is a dog-friendly event, so bring your pups!
Thank you for your support!
The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is a nonprofit consumer advocacy and service organization founded in the 1950’s and incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1976. We were founded to help meet the vast education and support needs of the bleeding disorders community in Western Pennsylvania.
The National Hemophilia Foundation is dedicated to finding better treatments and cures for inheritable bleeding disorders and to preventing the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research. "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success."