Mission & History

In 1958, HFNC began as  an effort to raise awareness for a small group of hemophilia patients. Today, we provide advocacy, support, and resources to over 3,000 Northern California families (in 26 counties) with a myriad of inherited and acquired blood related conditions.

Mission Statement

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.

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