2015 New York City Hemophilia Walk – Our Tenth Year!
Ten years ago, a handful of New York families and friends affected by bleeding disorders went to Riverside Park and started the first Hemophilia Walk. We realized that by standing together we could make a difference for ourselves and our children. There was excitement in the air that first beautiful day, and the promise of a better tomorrow. Many of you were there with us, and many more joined in the years that followed.
Our Tenth New York City Hemophilia Walk will take place on Sunday, May 31 in Riverside Park. Whether you’ve been with us from the beginning or you are new to the Walk, this is the year you won’t want to miss! Join us in making this the biggest, most exciting, and most successful Walk ever! We’re challenging this community with an ambitious goal: 2,000 walkers and $300,000! We know you can do it!
Meet Alex Borstein, Family Guy’s “Lois Griffin,” at the New York City Hemophilia Chapter’s Tenth NYC Hemophilia Walk, Sunday, May 31st in Riverside Park. Borstein is a national spokesperson for the National Hemophilia Foundation and a carrier of hemophilia. “NHF is important and special to me, having grown up watching my brother and uncle traverse a myriad of hardships, pains and losses as members of the bleeding disorders community,” she says.
It’s not too late to help!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO WALK OR DONATE!
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (212) 382-2974. We’re so delighted to have you with us, and we look forward to seeing you soon!