My two youngest sons Ethan and Jordan have a blood disorder called Hemophilia.
This bleeding disorder causes an average injury to potentially become very dangerous since their blood does not clot the way our blood does. They are active in sports and live full, active, busy lives thanks to the newest state of the art Hemophilia treatments! These treatments have only been possible due in part to the generous donations by people like you! So we need your help!
I’ve decided to make a difference by participating in this year’s Hemophilia Walk! So we are raising funds to help find a cure for this blood disorder that they are afflicted with. Any donation large or small is appreciated.
NHF's Hemophilia Walk is a nationwide event that raises funds and awareness about hemophilia and other bleeding and clotting disorders. Funds raised will help find better treatments and cures for bleeding and clotting disorders and to prevent the complications of these disorders through education, advocacy and research.
While visiting my Personal Fundraising Page, don’t forget to sign my online Guest Book as I would love to hear from you!
Also if you would like to walk with us e-mail me and let me know and I will add you to our team!
When you make an online donation you will automatically receive an e-tax receipt from the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California and I will be notified by email of your support. Together we are truly making a difference in the lives of individuals with bleeding and clotting disorders.
If you can think of others who might be interested in making a donation, please forward the link to them! You would be surprised to know how many people will give, if asked.
Thank you very much for your consideration in helping me reach my fundraising goal in this very worthwhile endeavor! If you have any questions, please email me at mail to:email@example.com.
The boys thank you for your participation!
P.S. For additional information about the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California and the National Hemophilia Foundation or this year’s Hemophilia Walk, please visit http://www.hemophilia.org/walk