September | 2020
Virtual Advocacy Chat - Tuesday, September 15th
Join the HACA/VHF advocacy committee for our virtual chat series. During our chat we will learn more about the Board of Pharmacy and how their work can significantly impact the bleeding disorders community.
Friendly Feud - Virtual Community Game Night - Tuesday, September 17th
Join VHF for a highly interactive and engaging game of Friendly Feud! An educational take on everyone’s favorite Family Feud using bleeding disorder trivia! Great for individuals and families and designed for all ages to enjoy.
Virtual Community Retreat - Sunday, September 27th
Join VHF and your bleeding disorders community for a day designed for increasing knowledge and connection! Three sessions, one Zoom link…join us for one or all.

We could not provide these important events without the help of our generous sponsors – please go here to view our Virtual Community Retreat Program. This program is one way our generous sponsors can virtually connect with the community by providing links to their electronic resources, brochures, websites, social media sites and more!
Unite Walk - September Fundraising Incentive
Register today for our Virtual Unite Walk on Saturday, October 10th and raise at least $75 in new donations on your individual page by September 30th to be entered to win one of 5 gas cards! Self-donations count and are a perfect way to kick-start your efforts.
Hiking For Hemophilia
Have you heard about William Addison – a teen with hemophilia A from Portland, ME who is an outdoor enthusiast and Boy Scout (soon to be an Eagle Scout)? Well you should since he is on an inspiring journey hiking the South Bound (SOBO) route of the Appalachian Trail to raise donations for Save One Life.
CHT Camp Videos Help Keep Summer Alive!
This past summer Camp Holiday Trails staff, former counselors, volunteers, med team members, and alumni created hours of Camp content and hosted live Zoom sessions to make sure that campers stayed connected. Check out their You Tube page to see your favorite CHT counselors (and a few bleeding disorders community members) faces!