Join us on 10/10 at 10am for our virtual walk celebration by following the link here:
The money raised at this event will be used to assist our overall mission to educate patients and their families and to provide support to persons in need with bleeding disorders within the 20 Northern California counties we serve. In 2019, this community and its supporters came together to raise nearly an incredible $100,000! With your support, we can reach our goal again this year! 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!
Emergency Financial Assistance to families in need during this crisis. Community members are already losing their jobs and access to health-care. We need to support our bleeding disorders family as much as possible to ensure that everyone has food on their table and a safe space to live.
Education and support programs are more important than ever for community members who are facing both physical and mental health challenges in the face of this virus. We have a new webinar series and all events are transitioning to virtual programs including The Female Factor retreat, The Bleaders retreat, Emerging Therapies Forum, and Family Education Day.
Camp Hemotion and Family Camp, our largest camp dedicated to kids and siblings affected by bleeding disorders. This medically-supervised Camp teaches life skills, condition management and medication administration in a fun environment. The cost of camp per child is $1,650 and many families cannot afford to contribute to this cost. Please help us ensure that all children can attend! Additionally, HFNC provides a family camp where our newer families learn to care for a child with a bleeding disorder.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community based organization whose mission is to provide education and support to families affected by bleeding disorders in the counties we serve in Northern California.