In this section you will find all that you need to know about our people, mission, history and frequently asked questions. If you want to learn more about our organization, just follow the links for more information. It’s extremely important to us that you get to know more so that you feel comfortable working with us. Once you take the time to find out what we’re all about, we are confident you will want to be engaged with our organization.
HOW WE HELP
The Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California (HFNC) serves the needs of people impacted by bleeding disorders through enhancing quality of life by providing support, education, outreach, advocacy and research through our affiliated national foundations.
We work closely with our partners to provide resources for our community members. We have an emergency assistance program (EAP) that provides emergency financial support to families affected by bleeding disorders.
Historically, our community has banded together to protect the blood supply and create health insurance reforms. Today, HFNC provides advocacy in several ways. We participate in a state legislative day hosted by the Hemophilia Council of California and send community members to Washington D.C. for national legislative days. We also develop our community's advocacy skills during March is Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. We also help to train our community members to advocate for yourself or your family at school, work, hospital, and other locations, because this is vital to get the care that you need.
HFNC is a community focused organization. We hope that every community member can feel heard, cared for, and loved. We couldn't do this work without our board of directors and our staff. Our Executive Director is Andrea Orozco, our Associate Director is Bryan Anderson, our Education & Advocacy Director is Ashley Gregory.
Times are changing. Old funding sources are shifting priorities. We need your support, both financially and in volunteer hours. Learn how you can help make a difference for our community. Get involved to ensure that current and future generations have the resources they need to live happy healthy lives.
Our events and programs are open to people outside of our territory, although local community members may be given priority in events with limited attendance. These boundaries speak to where our programs and events will be held, not to who is able to attend.
If you have any questions our would like more information about our service area contact the HFNC office: 510-658-3324 | firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com