The Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation needs your help! WPCNHF is participating in the 9th Annual Cranberry Tree Gallery! The goal of the Tree Gallery is to increase the awareness of non-profit organizations in the community. We will be creating a bleeding disorders awareness themed Christmas Tree which will be on display
Emily and her husband Pat are parents to almost 2 year old Conor who has severe Hemophilia A. He was diagnosed at birth. Emily remembers she was contacted almost immediately by WPCNHF to see if her and her family needed support. Emily and her family made an effort to be active members ever since. As
Team Jaxson was formed in August 2014, two months after Jaxson was diagnosed with Severe Type A Hemophilia. The Bakers heard about the Hemophilia Walk and, being so new to the bleeding disorders community, knew that it was something that they wanted to support and get involved in. The Baker family consists of Josh, Kelly, Analise (9),
Your access to healthcare is at risk. The Senate is currently considering another bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), sponsored by Sens. Cassidy and Graham. Congress only has until September 30th to act on this measure. We must work together to defeat this bill. Why should you take action? The Graham-Cassidy legislation would
Families & friends gathered at the North Park Boat House to support a very important cause, the 2017 Western Pennsylvania Hemophilia Walk, Run for Their Lives 5K, and the WPCNF’s 3rd Semi-Annual Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, September 9, 2017. All three of these events continue to be a resounding success with over $65,000 raised to support
A huge thank you to three amazing volunteers who helped make this possible – Mollie Farruggia, Jeff Bell, and Adam Boyle!
The Senate Bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, (BCRA) Will Hurt the Bleeding Disorders Community Call TODAY and tell your Senator to vote NO on BCRA Senate Republican leaders released the draft text of the Better Care Reconciliation Act, their legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Senate has been working
THE WPCNHF SCHOLARSHIP 2017-2018 Sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation Who is eligible for the WPCNHF Scholarship? Any student 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.
1.) Start by going to hemophiliawalk.donordrive.com/event/pittsburgh and click on REGISTER NOW! 2.) Registration Type. Choose your participant type. If you will be attending the Walk on September 9th choose Walker. If you won’t be able to make it to the Walk but would still like to raise money and be eligible for incentive prizes choose