GLHF Update

 

 

Milwaukee's Best Bloody is March 5! Tickets are on Sale Now!

Early Bird Ticket Deadline is Jan. 31st!

Tickets for Milwaukee's Best Bloody went on sale January 9 and we have already sold 40% of our tickets!

Milwaukee's Best Bloody, GLHF's premier fundraising event, will take place at the Italian Community Center on March 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Ticket information is available on our website. For additional information, you can visit the Milwaukee's Best Bloody Facebook Event Page.

Milwaukee bartenders will showcase their signature Bloody Mary recipes while competing for the title of "Milwaukee's Best Bloody" in a friendly competition.

 

Activate Your Advocacy Muscle!

The National Hemophilia Foundation's Washington Days is March 8-10 in Washington, D.C.

Registration is open through Friday, February 24.

Washington Days is an opportunity for bleeding disorder chapters and patients to educate legislators about issues important to the bleeding disorders community. 

YOU Can Make a Difference in the Legislative Process!

Join GLHF at our Legislative Day on April 19! Registration opens March 1.

GLHF is hosting Wisconsin Legislative Day in our beautiful state capital! You make a difference by sharing your story about what it's like living with a bleeding disorder. Your stories provide representatives with the education they need when considering legislation. Meet with your state representatives and see how state government impacts healthcare and bleeding disorders policy issues. 

 

Scholarships Can Help You Reach Your Goals!

The deadline is May 1.

Providing scholarships is one of the ways in which GLHF strives to help individuals and families living with a bleeding disorder. We know that access to education helps prepare our clients to become self-sufficient and productive in the global marketplace. Educational scholarships are available for all stages of life for people and families living with a bleeding disorder. 

 

Camp Klotty Pine is Seeking Young Leaders for its LIT Program!

2017 Camp Dates Have Been Set! Camp will be held August 5-10 in Wautoma, WI.

New in 2017, Camp Klotty Pine will be kicking off a Leader-In-Training (LIT) Program! Any former camper from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan or Illinois, between the ages of 15-17 who wants to strengthen their leadership skills may apply for our specially designed training program.

The program acts as a stepping stone for young leaders interested in becoming a counselor at Camp Klotty Pine. Youth in the LIT Program will learn about positive behavior management, interpersonal relationships, and maintaining a safe and fun environment for our campers. The program will offer three training sessions throughout the year before participants spend the week at camp.

If you are ready to put your leadership skills into action, contact Karin Koppen at kkoppen@glhf.org or 414.937.6782 to discuss LIT and Camp Counselor positions.  

For information, visit our website.

Register Today for NHF's 69th Annual Meeting in Chicago!

The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) is thrilled to announce that registration for their 69th Annual Meeting, "Exploring the New Frontier," August 24-26, 2017 is now open!

NHF's Annual Meeting will be held in Chicago at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Chicago! NHF invites you to join us in the Windy City for three days full of educational sessions, networking opportunities and access to the Exhibit Hall. All registrations include entrance to the Opening Session, Awards Luncheon and our exciting Final Night event. Childcare is available for children under 12 years old. 

The Early Bird Registration deadline for reduced fees is February 10. Watch for details on our website and Facebook page about Travel Grants!

Thank you to this month's underwriters:

Funds received from underwriting help support GLHF programs and services for the Wisconsin bleeding disorders community.

Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation does not endorse any product, provider or pharmacy, as we are not medical professionals. We respect that all decisions regarding treatment are between you and your doctor.

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