The Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California (HFNC) serves families with life-threatening bleeding disorders, factor deficiencies, and rare clotting conditions. Learn more and get involved.
Our programs are at the heart of our mission to provide much needed services, education, advocacy, and support to our community.
Fundraisers and events help us raise awareness and generate crucial resources to serve our community. Join us at our next event and see how you can get involved.
You'd be surprised at what a huge difference a little bit of your time can make. We need leaders like you to help serve our community members.
Find out what resources we offer individuals and families affected by a bleeding disorder.
We are so pleased to announce our new addition to the Hemophilia Foundation of Northern
California (HFNC) staff! Please join me in welcoming our new Executive Director, Andrea Orozco.
THE POWER OF ADVOCACY
“I learned a long time ago the wisest thing I can do is be on my own side, be an advocate for myself and others like me.”- Maya Angelou.
Attending families can receive a $10 food voucher for each family member ($50 max). Attending community members will also have an opportunity to enter a drawing for our for Amazon or Walmart gift cards.
Join Virginia A. Kraus, RN, MSN, Senior Clinical Education Manager, Grifols Medical Affairs for this presentation. It will review the plasma collection and manufacturing process, including all of the steps necessary to help ensure the safety of donated plasma.
Our 2020 Bleaders Retreat will be online on Oct 18 at 12:00pm. Bleaders is for people ages 14-22 who have a bleeding disorder or have a sibling with a bleeding disorder.
Gut Monkey's Leading Edge Program will be facilitating our retreat activities this year.
HFNC's The Female Factor 6th Annual retreat in Northern California is for women affected and connected to the bleeding disorders community. This will be a virtual retreat.
Join us for Drink Red, Raise Green on Giving Tuesday. Each donation will support all of our community programs.
Bring your own wine or other drinks. Wear your own holiday hat. We will have a holiday hat contest. More details to come.
Check our COVID-19 resource page for important information, changes to events, and other news.
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