Hear from parents, grandparents, siblings and spouses on why they invest in the National Hemophilia Foundation through their gifts.
“This is the first bleeding disorder in our family,” Trish explains, “so I spent the week learning a great deal about hemophilia”.
“The most important thing is to find a cure for hemophilia,” she says emphatically. “There’s going to have to be a lot of research. It’s a very difficult illness. It will be a huge medical milestone to find a cure. That’s why I give.”
“For Dr. Lusher, all of her work with NHF and NHF chapters is for one purpose: helping her patients.”
"They always called me ‘plucky’,” Penny Begg remembers with a smile. “My dad had a sense of humor. So I guess it was passed down to me.”
Nobody believed that I had hemophilia!
"Jimmy knew a good investment when he saw it... in Gabe, and NHF." - Lana Wilson
To Cathy, Normal is what normal does.
Harlen and NHF - for grandmother Peggy Metzgar, both are growing commitments!
Fred Ferguson, remembers his sister, NHF Founder Betty Jane Henry… and Betty Jane remembers NHF.
"Advocacy funding is very important," he reminds us. "Without the results of advocacy, my son would be in a very difficult position."
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