This World Hemophilia Day, societies around the world come together to show support for the millions of women and girls affected by bleeding disorders.
We are thrilled to be part of a groundswell to bring attention to the women and girls in our community who live with a bleeding disorder or has someone in their lives who does. the World Federation of Hemophilia have lots of resources on their website about World Hemophilia Day and a list of activities and educational resources developed to support women and girls in our community. Follow our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/wfhemophilia for updates on our activities.
Light it Up Red!
There has been amazing participation by the bleeding disorders community and partners over the past three years.The WFH have grown the Light it Up Red! initiative to include more than 40 landmarks around the world lit in red for World Hemophilia Day. Help raise awareness in your community by contacting a landmark and lighting it up red for April 17!