• Together We Can!

    GLHF works every day to engage donors who make our work possible; and we invite YOU to help us reach out to the broader community. Together We Can acquires the resources necessary to provide meaningful programs and services to families in Wisconsin living with bleeding disorders. See the list below for some ideas, events and fundraisers YOU can consider to raise funds benefiting Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation. Use our Together We Can Tool Kit to get more ideas and event organizing tips. Click here for more information about planning your own event for GLHF.

  • Scholarships are offered to individuals and families affected by a bleeding disorder. It is the Foundation’s goal that those living with bleeding disorders have access to educational opportunities that will enhance their lives and prepare them to become self sufficient and productive members of the work force. For more information about GLHF's Scholarship Program, click here.
     

  • Every gift counts!

    There are many ways to support Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF). Your gift allows GLHF to serve as a resource to the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin through education, networking, financial assistance, scholarships, camp programs, and public policy advocacy. Click here to learn how your gift is used to improve the quality of life of those living with bleeding disorders.

  • Camp Klotty Pine Open House!
    Saturday, March 7, 2015, 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Are you a new camper, an experienced camper or looking to learn about GLHF's Camp Klotty Pine? If so, join us for an Open House on March 7 in Wautoma as we explore and learn about camp. The afternoon will include a tour, a chance to meet staff and connect with other camp families while having some outdoor fun. Registration materials will be available. For information, call 414.937.6782.

  • GLHF's annual Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Conference provides individuals and families an opportunity to gather information through educational sessions and meetings with healthcare and industry professionals. The conference also gives people a chance to form important connections with others in the Wisconsin bleeding disorders community. Click here for more information about the Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Community. 

February 25 - 27

Washington Days

March 7

Winter Camp Open House

March 22

Milwaukee's Best Bloody

May 1

Scholarship Applications Due

May 18

Teeing Up For Charity®
Golf Outing

 

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