The Hemophilia Memorial in the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco, CA, will be a place where we can remember the people in our community who lost their lives to AIDS. This will be a place of remembrance, healing, and hope.
The founding partners of the Hemophilia Memorial, HFA, the National Hemophilia Foundation, and the National AIDS Memorial Grove felt it was critical to have an inscription that paid tribute to the lives that were lost, and the struggles of those who lost loved ones.
Volunteers at the Grove worked with members of the bleeding disorders community to create three potential inscriptions for the memorial. Members of the bleeding disorders community can go to HERE to vote on their preferred inscription. Voting will be open until August 14th.
For more information about the Hemophilia Memorial, including how to donate to its upkeep, go to aidsmemorial.org/hemophilia.
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