As many of you know Waylon has a bleeding disorder that he deals with daily, he’s had many heartbreaking battles. He has overcome many obstacles for such a young boy. He has had a wonderfully healthy past year ! We are grateful to this community for the advocacy ,support, and knowledge that’s has seen us through the hard times, celebrate the good days and most of all taught us this is not a disorder that will hold us back but, it will inspire us to keep moving forward and we will do it with hope for a cure love and friendship!
In the past couple years we also found out Chris has the same bleeding disorder,( no surprise there, he just as a man finally submitted to going to the Doctor! And now we can effectively get him better care and support as well ) So as a family we are participating in the Unite For Bleeding Disorders Walk again this year - a fundraising event to support those living with bleeding disorders just like theirs. Inherited bleeding disorders are a life-long condition. Currently there is no cure, but scientists are actively engaged in finding cures and improving treatments.
That’s why we are raising money and hope that we can count on your support of this exciting event, last year was a very emotional and wonderful experience for us all and this community had done wonderful things for our family! But not just our family, Thousands of families in our community, and across the country will benefit from your support and the success of the Walk.
Our personal goal is to raise as much as possible for this worthy cause. We are asking for your help to reach our goal. Will you please make a tax-deductible contribution by donating what you can? It’s fast and easy to make a donation right here on my fundraising page.
Thank you in advance for your support and together, we will make a difference for Waylon, Chris many others just like him,
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."