The Alec James Schake Memorial Scholarship is no accepting applications for high school seniors planning to pursue a college education in the 2019-2020 school year. This scholarship was established to honor the life and legacy of Alec Schake, a wonderful young man and member of the bleeding disorders community. Alec was incredibly kind and
The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) will hold it’s 71st Annual Meeting in Anaheim, CA, October 3-5, 2019. The Annual Meeting enables our community to come together and exchange information on a wide variety of topics, from the basics of diagnosis to the most recent and relevant developments in treatment and technology. It is the premier
Wednesday, April 17, 2019 will be officially recognized as “World Hemophilia Day” in Pennsylvania as resolved by the Commonwealth’s Senate (SR 79 – Costa) and House of Representatives (HR 207 – Frankel). On this day, the Capitol dome will be lit red in honor of the occasion. In unison with World Hemophilia Day, key Philadelphia
Light it Up Red! for World Hemophilia Day, April 17 Last year, thousands of people united to show their support for the global bleeding disorders community on World Hemophilia Day by lighting up more than 70 major landmarks in cities across the world. This year, no matter where you are on April 17, please be
WPCNHF’s Sixth Semi-Annual Cornhole Tournament was held on April 6, 2019 at The Cornerstone at Tonidale. This double elimination tournament was managed by Steel City Cornhole. Warm up and registration started at 1:00pm and the tournament began at 2:00pm. Each participant received an event t-shirt and each participant over 21 years received a drink ticket.