The Sixth Annual Bowling for Bleeding Disorders fundraiser was held at Paradise Island Bowl in Neville Island, Pennsylvania on Sunday, February 17, 2019. The cost to attend was $25 per participant which included an event t-shirt, shoe rental, bowling, pizza, wings, and unlimited soft drinks. All 16 lanes were filled as 75 bowlers competed for
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER We hope you will join us at the Harmar Pavilion in North Park on Saturday, September 7th for our 11th Annual Walk!! This is a day where our community and everyone who supports it comes together to celebrate each other, support each other, and share a beautiful day in the park.
Sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation Who is eligible for the WPCNHF Scholarship? Any person or immediate family member of a person with hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, or other inherited bleeding disorder is eligible to apply for this scholarship as long as she/he meets the criteria. The person with the
On Thursday, January 24th the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation held its first Young Hope Society event at Top Golf in Bridgeville, PA. The Young Hope Society is a young professionals group that was created to inspire the next generation of young philanthropic leaders supporting the bleeding disorders community. Open to individuals
We hope you can join us!! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Be sure to register by January 20th to be guaranteed an event t-shirt in your size.
Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a very happy New Year!
With your help and involvement, The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation will continue to strengthen our local community through continued programs, services, and events. The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation wants to thank all our amazing volunteers, donors, and families for your generosity this #GivingTuesday. None of this would
#UNselfie is a “selfless selfie”, synonymous with #GivingTuesday. People on social media take photos of themselves holding up a caption after they’ve donated to a cause. On this piece of paper, they describe why they gave to their cause of choice (or write inspirational messages), then post it to social media to share. This year,