The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation held its first Bloody Mary Bar Crawl Fundraiser in Pittsburgh’s South Side on Saturday, October 13, 2018. Registration began at 2:30pm at the Double Wide Grill. Each participant received an event t-shirt and a wristband to get them Bloody Mary and Tito’s Handmade Vodka drink specials at
On the morning of Saturday, September 15th families and friends gathered at the North Park Boat House to support a very important cause, the 10th Annual Western Pennsylvania Walk, renamed the Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk, the 9th Annual Run for Their Lives 5K, and the WPCNF’s 5th Semi-Annual Cornhole Tournament. All three of these
Calling all Bloody Mary fans! This is the bar crawl for you! Help raise critical funds for the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation while trying all the best Bloody Marys Pittsburgh has to offer! Bars/Stops: Double Wide Grill – Registration begins here at 2:30pm Local Tiki Lounge The Flats on Carson –
Can you believe the Walk is next Saturday already!? If you haven’t registered yet, please register at:http://uniteforbleedingdisorders.org/event/pitt Here is some important information to know on Walk Day. Saturday, September 15th Registration Check-In Time: 9:00am Walk Start Time: 10:00am Distance: 5K (3.1 Miles) Location: North Park Boat House 10301 Pearce Mill Road Allison Park, PA 15101
Please e-mail Kara Dornish at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-741-6160 to sign up for any of the below volunteer opportunities. We appreciate all help and would like to thank you in advance for your interest and support!! Packet Pick Up– Volunteers are needed on Friday, September 14 from 4pm-8pm to work Run for Their Lives 5k
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Team Rolling for Ryker is composed of the people who love Ryker the most, his grandparents, aunts, uncle, cousins, and of course his mom and dad. Ryker is 8 months old and was diagnosed on Christmas with hemophilia after a emergency run to Children’s Hospital. When they ran a routine blood test the doctors found
Thank you Matt Berry!! Matt sold red ties at his high school, the Cathedral Preparatory School, and raised an amazing $650 for WPCNHF!! Thank you Cathedral Preparatory School, its students and faculty, Father Scott Jabo, and Principal Mr. Jim Smith for allowing Matt to set up this awareness and fundraising function to support WPCNHF.
Thank you to everyone who donated and participated in the Red Tie Campaign! We reached our goal of raising $500 which is being matched by NHF bringing in a total of $1,000 to support the members of WPCNHF!