2023 UNITE WALK (San Diego, CA)

Join us on October 22, 2023

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Event Details
Where Liberty Station- NTC Park
San Diego, CA
Starts 10/22/2023 @ 9:00 AM
Ends 1:00 PM
Check-in Time 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
Registration Cutoff 10/21/2023 @ 12:00 PM
Donation Cutoff 12/31/2023 @ 11:45 PM
Contact Nooshin Kosar
Phone 619-325-3570
Email Address [email protected]

Welcome to the Hemophilia Association of San Diego County’s annual Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk page. We are so excited to being holding our 10th Unite Walk as we get together at Liberty Station Park to raise vital funds for the San Diego bleeding disorders community. 

The Hemophilia Association of San Diego County is committed to maintaining the health and safety of our community members, volunteers, staff and supporters. At this time, masks will be optional. 


You can find us at Liberty Station - NTC Park (near the cannons)
(Where Roosevelt Rd. meets Cushing Rd.)


Schedule of Events

Recognitions & Prizes 


Join us in person! Register and join us at Liberty Station Park on Sunday, October 22, 2023 and walk a 5k.

Join us virtually. Walk 23 miles! Register as a virtual walker, start raising money as you walk, run, hike or bike 23 miles at home, in your neighborhood or around town safely. The great thing about being a virtual walker, is you can pick any location, time, and length. This is also a great chance to invite relatives or friends to join you and experience the San Diego Unite Walk virtually with our community. 

Share with us “Why I Walk.” The San Diego Unite Walk has always been about celebrating our community and families. All posts shared with us will be entered into a drawing for a prize on walk day!  

When sharing on social media, use hashtag #UniteWalkSD
Follow us on Instagram @hasdc and on Facebook.  

Support HASDC! More than ever people living with bleeding disorders in San Diego and Imperial Counties are in need of our support. Make a team or join an existing team. Reach out to family or friends to support our mission and consider making a personal donation if you are able. 

Participants who raise or make a minimum donation of $25 will receive a Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk T-Shirt*. 

We walk to support all those who are affected by bleeding disorders - hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other rare factor deficiencies. This event is open to everyone who wants to support improving the lives of those with bleeding disorders in San Diego and Imperial Counties. 

The Unite Walk is our biggest fundraiser to support our mission and programming efforts. Your support has allowed us to continue to provide our camping program as well as providing patients, caregivers, and family focused programs throughout the year. Funds raised from the Unite Walk will not only allow our programming efforts to continue but will allow us to assist more families in our community that need an extra hand during difficult times. 

Whether you've been with us from the beginning or you are new to the Walk program, we invite you to join us in making this the best walk possible. We're challenging our community with a goal of $30,000. We know you can do it! 

Much more than just a fundraising event, the Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk brings together individuals affected by bleeding disorders, their families, friends, and supporters who want to support a great cause. The Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk attracts people of every age and background from parents with infants to grandparents and everyone in between – including more than a few four-legged friends. Everyone shows up on Walk day to share experiences and enjoy each other’s company. 

The Hemophilia Association of San Diego County (HASDC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, 
has been serving individuals with bleeding disorders in San Diego and Imperial Counties since 1954. Our primary mission is to support individuals with bleeding disorders and their families through community events, educational programs, and advocacy. We partner with hemophilia treatment centers and other community-based organizations to promote optimal health and well-being for the bleeding disorders community.

For more information on HASDC, please visit our website www.hasdc.org  

When making a donation via check, please make checks payable to Hemophilia Association of San Diego County. Make sure to include the name of the Team or Individual Walker you are supporting. 

Checks may be sent to: 

Hemophilia Association of San Diego County
3550 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 105

San Diego, CA 92108