• World Hemophilia Day

    “Bleeding disorder” is a general term for a wide range of medical problems that lead to poor blood clotting and prolonged bleeding. Each bleeding disorder has its own range of severity, which is generally categorized as mild, moderate, or severe. Approximately 20,000 individuals in the United States have hemophilia and up to 1% - 2% of the population has von Willebrand Disease (VWD), the most common type of bleeding disorder. Each of these disorders causes bleeding and each can be treated. Click here for more information.

    We are inviting our clients to recognize World Hemophilia Day with a group outing. For more info.

  • Scholarship program

    GLHF provides educational scholarships for all stages of life.  College or Technical Education, Career Development, and College Bound scholarships are awarded every year in the spring. Click here to learn more.

  • Milwaukee's Best Bloody

    Milwaukee bartenders face off on Sunday, May 4, 2014, to showcase their signature Bloody Mary recipes at the Turner Hall Ballroom. Guests will enjoy brunch themed appetizers, beer chasers, raffles & vote for the winner. Learn more here.

     

  • Summer Camp

    We are proud to introduce our inaugural WISCONSIN Summer Camp this July 27 through August 1! Summer Camp can be a magical, life-changing experience for a child living with a bleeding disorder. Stay up to date with camp happenings at Camp Klotty Pine’s Blog.  
    Learn More

  • Teeing up for Charity®

    Join Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation’s (GLHF) Teeing Up for Charity®, this May golfers of all skill levels will gather at The Bog in Saukville. This Arnold Palmer signature course will delight our golfers, while we raise awareness and funds for the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin. For more info.

April 15

GLHF goes to the Brewers game

April 17

World Hemophilia Day

April 18

Last chance for Early bird tickets for Best Bloody

May 1

College Scholarships Due

 

Calendar   Newsletter
Donate Now

Receive newsletter, program, advocacy and event updates. All information is confidential and will not be shared.