Enter at Bartel-Pritchard Square (located at Prospect Park West & 15th Street)
Our 2021 Walk Celebration takes place Sunday October 10 at 10 AM, and we hope you can attend!
During the celebration, we will host:
Our Annual Pinwheel Celebration
Highlight Walk Teams and Team Captains
Entertainment for the Entire Family
and much more!
All participants must register for this event. Please share with your family, friends, donors, walk team, teachers, colleagues, and all those that would generally walk with you in person or in spirit. The more the merrier!
The money raised from this event will be used to assist our overall mission to find better treatments and cures for bleeding disorders and to prevent the complications of these disorders through education, awareness, advocacy and research. Please consider starting a team, joining an existing team, or making a donation. You can mail your donations (in the form of checks made out to "NYC Hemophilia Chapter") to:
NYC Hemophilia Chapter 500 7th Avenue (Mailroom 8A) New York, NY 10018
Remember you can continue to raise funds after the Walk through December 31, 2021!
As of May 19, 2021 New York State has implemented the CDC's Interim Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People. Fully vaccinated individuals do not need to wear masks or be socially distanced, however unvaccinated children and adults should wear a face covering and practice social distancing at the Unite Walk.
For more information about coronavirus and a guide on how to stay safe, please visit http://nyc.gov/coronavirus or contact the New York coronavirus hotline at 888-364-3065. You can also text COVID to 692-692 to receive regular SMS texts with the latest news and developments from Notify NYC.
Most importantly, THANK YOU for taking this journey with us! Your generous contribution will have a tremendous impact on our mission at the New York City Hemophilia Chapter. The NYC Hemophilia Chapter is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community based organization, dedicated to the advocacy, education and support of families affected by bleeding disorders.
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."