• Camp Klotty Pine is August 8-13 in Wautoma, WI! Camp Klotty Pine is a week-long summer camp program for children with bleeding disorders ages 7-15 years. Children receive the education, training and life skills necessary to manage their disorder independently. They develop confidence and independence, while building life-long friendships and memories as they participate in traditional camp activities. Click here for more information or call GLHF at 414.937.6782.

  • 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 advocacy. Click here to learn how your gift is used to improve the quality of life for those living with a bleeding disorder.

  • 2015 Hemophilia Walks - This September, we are excited to team up again with the National Hemophilia Foundation and millions of walkers from across the country to raise funds and awareness for the bleeding disorders community. As a statewide organization, GLHF joins forces with walkers in the Fox Valley (September 12, Schildt Park) and Milwaukee (September 26, Milwaukee County Zoo), as they walk to help support research adn provide programs and idrect services to people with bleeding disorders. Click here for more information.

  • GLHF programs and services are designed to educate and support individuals and families with bleeding disorders by increasing public awareness, ensuring access to needed medical services, providing relevant information and resources, building a supportive community among individuals and families, and promoting choices that lead to optimal health and living life without limitations.

August 8-13 Camp Klotty Pine
September 26 Hemophilia Walk
October 3-4 Family Camp
November 17 Decorate For A Cause


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