Express yourself and your family’s journey with bleeding disorders and it will be added to a large collage that will displayed at the Foundation office! All the squares will be
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 HARRISBURG – Sen. Judy Ward (R-30) called for legislative action on Monday, Feb. 28 – a date recognized across the world as Rare Disease Day – to
WPBDF is celebrating Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month (BDAM) this March! Each year, our community celebrates BDAM to bring much need attention to the cause of inheritable bleeding disorders. This month
Today Governor Tom Wolf announced his proposed budget plan. We are happy to see the Hemophilia line item separated out at level funding of $959,000. This year we are requesting
Applications are now being accepted for the Beth Carew Memorial Scholarship Program. Any undergraduate student with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or a related inherited bleeding disorder is eligible to apply.
This program is for members of the Western and Eastern Pennsylvania Bleeding Disorders Foundations. Whether you are a seasoned advocate or are just getting started, this program is for you!
Yesterday, Jason Miller (community member, volunteer, and Starbucks Manager) and Lukas McGowan (Starbucks Manager) delivered exciting news to the WPBDF Staff! WPBDF has been chosen to receive a $1,000 grant
If you would like to participate in NHF’s Washington Days and join us in attending legislative meetings to advocate for the bleeding disorders community, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, by
To RSVP to this program, or for any questions or additional details, please contact email@example.com or call the Chapter office at 724-741-6160 by 3pm on February 3rd.
The No Surprises Act went into effect on January 1. Patients with health insurance will no longer receive as many unexpected medical charges from emergency visits and other out-of-network health