Over the past years, we’ve attended countless Gateway Hemophilia Association (GHA) educational events and networking programs for families with bleeding disorders. We'd like to say those events and programs sponsored by GHA are what led us to navigate the boys' “bleeding episodes” with poise and confidence.
This year we walk again in honor of Jackson and Quentin at the 2021 Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk. We love when supporters walk with us! The walk is July 11th at 9:30 AM at The DoubleTree Chesterfield Hotel. It's a kid and dog friendly event and also includes a 5k for runners: Join Us: Walk Registration Link
All donations stay local and support camps, education, helping hands, and advocacy for those affected by bleeding disorders. Please consider a donation again this year to our Gateway Hemophilia Association (GHA) walk team: Support Us: Donation Link
THANK YOU! We are truly humbled by the ongoing support and generosity of our families and friends. Every action you take-prayers, reaching out, donations, and walking with us has made a huge difference. Our journey has been much easier to navigate with you in our lives.
Mike, Kristina, Jackson and Quentin
Did you know?: A child with severe Hemophilia will spend over $200,000 annually to prevent bleeding. Failure to preventatively treat the disorder can result in prolonged painful bleeds that cause permanent and severe damage. The entire family is affected by the bleeding disorder physically, emotionally, and financially.
Individuals with Hemophilia do not bleed to death from minor cuts or injuries, nor do they bleed faster; they bleed longer because their blood cannot form a firm clot.