Join us on Saturday, 23 2023 at the Milwaukee County Zoo for our annual Unite Walk!
Any walker who raises or donates at least $100 or more between 9/8 and 9/11 will be entered in a drawing for a Zoo package, including 4 Zoo tickets, parking and 4 train tickets! Winner will be notified by email and the prize can be picked up on Walk day.
The individual who raises the most money from July 1 - July 31 will receive a $40 Amazon gift card!
2nd place will receive a $20 Amazon gift card!
3rd place will receive a pair of Unite socks!
**These are individual prizes, not team prizes. Prizes will be mailed to winners in August**
New this year! Anyone who raises $25 or more individually will receive the 2023 Walk t-shirt on Walk day! (Previously $100 or more for adults)
Also new this year, anyone who raises $100 or more will receive a Unite Walk drawstring backpack on Walk day!
2022 National Hemophilia Foundation incentive prizes
Additional GLHF Individual Prizes!
$25 - 2023 Unite Walk t-shirt
$100 - Red Unite drawstring backpack
GLHF Team Prizes!
Take a look at this year's team prizes! These prizes are earned as a team, not individually.
$1,000 - Extra team photos on Walk day - digital copies will be sent to your team captain after the Walk
$2,000 - Take home your team's Walk yard sign on Walk day
$3,000 - Zoo Wild Experience of your choice OR a complimentary family Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference registration (up to 4 people)
$5,000 - Team Pizza Party
Camper Kids Individual Prizes!
$100 - United by Camp beanie
$500 - United by Camp duffle
2023 Unite Walk T-shirt Design
As a community, we raised $71,579 in 2022!
Congratulations to our 2022:
Top Fundraiser: Zach Fechter
Top Fundraising Team Captain: Cheri Bowman
Factor Club Members (individuals who raised $500 or more individually): Zach Fechter, Cheri Bowman, Tracie Fechter, Gerald Eggebeen, Amy Ledeboer, Danielle Leitner Baxter, Brad Woltring, Paige Woltring, Helena Baxter, Linda Eggebeen, Levi Benson, Kendall Peterson, Gail Enke and Caleb Peterson
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."