Launched in 2008, the Hemophilia Walk is a nationwide event that raises funds and awareness about hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. Participants raise money, locally and nationally, for crucial research, advocacy and education by joining together in a fun and festive event.
To register for the Hemophilia Walk, select your chapter or local area from the drop-down menu above and click Register Now.
The Hemophilia Walk will be held nationwide from April - November. Please select your chapter to find information on your local walk.
There is no registration fee to participate in the Hemophilia Walk.
Participants raise $120 on average. All walkers will receive an official Walk t-shirt.
Strollers are welcome at most walk sites. Bicycles and inline skates are not allowed. Pets are welcome on leashes at most walk sites, but please check with your local chapter.
Yes! The walk is a family event for all ages.
The Hemophilia Walk is a noncompetitive event with routes that average about two to three miles.
The Hemophilia Walk will take place rain or shine! If there is dangerous weather, the local chapter will notify participants to make alternate plans.
Not at all. Once you have registered as a team captain, the local chapter will provide you with all the materials, guidance and motivation you need to form a successful team.
Team Captains are the liaison between team members and the local chapters. They are responsible for recruiting and motivating other team members to participate and raise funds for the Hemophilia Walk.
Teams account for about 80% of the monies raised in walks. They represent companies, organizations, families, schools and clubs, and can range from as few as five walkers to hundreds. Forming teams is a great way to build company morale and camaraderie among co-workers. Families and friends can join together to walk for a common cause and increase community spirit.
Please contact your local chapter to order additional materials to make your fundraising a success.
Matching gifts are a great way to increase donations. Check to see if your company will match employee contributions and encourage your donors to do the same. To take part in a matching gifts program, request an application from the benefits manager or human resources department. Then send the completed form to your local chapter. NHF will verify receipt of your gift and complete the process.
Funds raised online are automatically directed to NHF or your local chapter. For funds raised offline, please use the walker collection envelope to turn in money at the walk or prior to the walk at a bank day. Funds can also be turned in to the local chapter throughout the year.
100% of every dollar raised directly support our advocacy, education and research initiatives.
Checks should be made payable to your local chapter. If the check is on behalf of an individual participating or fundraising for the walk, please indicate his/her name in the Memo area.
Online fundraising is designed to make your fundraising efforts a success. Some of the benefits of fundraising online are:
- Saving money on stamps by sending e-mails instead of solicitation letters through the mail.
- Keeping track of donors through the use of built-in online fundraising tools.
- Sending thank-you notes via e-mail after receiving donations.
- Providing donors the benefit of automatic confirmation e-mail receipts to use for tax purposes.
- Accepting credit cards so donors don't have to hassle with checks.
- Saving time by allowing the system to process all the data so you don't have to deal with paper work.
- Having fun setting up your Web page.
The security and safety of your personal and confidential information is of highest priority to us. Please rest assured this Web site has adopted physical and technological processes and procedures to keep your personal information safe and secure. The personal information you provide when you register online or make an online donation is secured using Secure Socket Layers ("SSL") encryption technology. This SSL technology prevents such information from being intercepted and read as it is transmitted over the Internet to secure servers.