For many, a world without bleeding disorders is simply a dream. Thousands of kids and adults affected face internal bleeding, costly treatments and lifelong infusions. You are born with Hemophilia, sometimes it is inherited, other times it is a genetic mutation. Katie was misdiagnosed at 9 months with Von Willebrand's, another bleeding disorder, because "girls don't have Hemophilia." It's usually passed from mothers to sons. Katie and I are walking for Hemophilia again this year. The Walk is April 27th in OKC . Katie is still very involved in the Hemophilia Community in Oklahoma. She is on the board and is involved with Camp Independence as a counselor. She cares so much about these kids and wants them to have opportunities many of them would not have without Hemophilia Camp and other activities offered throughout the year. . My personal goal is to raise as much as possible for this worthy cause. Any amount is appreciated and will go to the Oklahoma Hemophilia Foundation. It’s easy — just click “donate” to make a secure donation. Every dollar stays within our community and supports critical initiatives such as funding research to find better treatments, educating medical providers on the latest innovations and care, ensuring families have access to quality healthcare and providing access to the best educational resources available.
Will you help us reach our fundraising goal? Please make a donation today.Thank you in advance for your support and united, we will make a difference! Karen
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."