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Honoring Our Past, Building Our Future
HFA believes paying tribute to and preserving the bleeding disorders community鈥檚 legacy of advocacy, sacrifice and treatment advancements is important. For the past five years, we have been proud to play a role in preserving that history with the 鈥淗onoring Our Past, Building Our Future鈥 history project, where we have collected the significant stories and artifacts which best represent our community. But the project doesn鈥檛 end there.

HFA has made an initial donation of artifacts related to the history of the bleeding disorders community to the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. This donation, which consists of items generously given by community members,聽is a huge step in formally preserving the history of the bleeding聽disorders community for future generations.聽More information will be made available in the future as this project develops.

We invite you to be a part of history!

Make a Donation

Your financial gift will help ensure the history of the聽bleeding disorders community is preserved into the future. There are three ways to donate:

    • Text HFA to 243725 to receive a link to donate.
    • Online, by clicking here or on the button below.
    • Checks made out to Hemophilia Federation of America can be mailed to 999 North Capitol Street NE Suite 201, Washington, D.C. 20002

Donate Toward History

Submit Artifacts

HFA has collected many documents, articles and artifacts, but is aware there may be more memorabilia stashed in attics all across the country! We are looking for community members and organizations willing to share and work with HFA to preserve a comprehensive record of the community鈥檚 history.

Do you have old family photos depicting the reality of life with a bleeding disorder? Or maybe diaries or journals that reflect your or a loved one鈥檚 personal journey. We鈥檙e looking for personal items as well as newspaper articles, key documents, newsletters, posters from advocacy rallies on Capitol Hill or other artifacts that tell our story of endurance and resilience.

Submit a photo of something you have that may be added to the HFA or Smithsonian collection. A committee will review the submissions and work with you to collect and return items.

Share your historical archives so HFA can continue to shed light on this amazing community.

Make A Submission

Thank you to our donors!

Thank you to all of the individuals, families, organizations and companies that have donated to the History Archive Project. It is with their support that HFA can continue to ensure that the bleeding disorder community’s history will be preserved for future generations.

Corporate/Organizations

$50,000

Hemophilia Alliance

HFA Member Organizations

$1,000

Bleeding Disorder Foundation of Washington

Hemophilia of North Carolina

Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California

$250

Hemophilia Alliance of Maine

Individuals and Families

$1,000

Jane Cavanaugh Smith

$250

Packard Family

$150

Kari & Craig Atkinson

$100

Howard Haugstad

Joe & Sherry Markowitz

Joe Pugliese

Karen & Michael Bishop

Laureen Kelley

Liz Purvis

Ron Staake

Tanya Ricchi

$50

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Douglas Hartsough

Jeremy Griffin

John & Diane Bruno

Lily Schwartz

Lorena Fraden

Tessa Field

$25

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Brandon Roberts

Bridget Tyrey

David Macharola

Elizabeth Schauermann

Grant Belsham

Justin Lindhorst

The Knoerzer Girls

Laureen Temple

Manuel Lopez Serrano

Michele Warner

Michelle Kim

Renee Waschle

Richard Vogel

Rosemary Robinson

Seth Price

Temesha Pollock

Wanda McLendon

$20

Brenda Bordelon

In honor of Danny and Lily Shelton

Jen Loving

Maira Guild

$15

Britnee Vieira

$10

Anonymous

Anonymous

Anonymous

Linda Wakefied

 

*Donor names shown above reflect the name received on a donation. If you believe there is an error or would like to edit how your name is shown, please contact us at info@hemophiliafed.org


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