15th Anniversary Unite Walk
Join us in celebrating the 15th Annual NYC Unite For Bleeding Disorders Walk on Sunday, October 10, 2020 at Pier 45 at Hudson River Park in New York City.
This event was rescheduled and relocated following the Coronavirus outbreak in New York City.
This event is about more than just fundraising. This is a day where our community and everyone who supports it come together to celebrate each other, support each other, and share a beautiful day in the park. The event will include breakfast, a DJ, face painting, and fun for people of all ages! This is a dog-friendly event, so bring your pups!
In 2019, this community and its supporters came together to raise an incredible $350,000! With your support, we can reach our goal again this year!
So much has changed in our community over the past fifteen years, whether that be treatment options, or the bleeding disorders community itself. We need your help to keep this momentum going in order to help our community for years to come.
The money raised at this event will be used to assist our overall mission to find better treatments and cures for bleeding disorders and to prevent the complications of these disorders through education, awareness, advocacy and research. We are also proud to announce that the money raised from this Walk will help us send families from our area to our chapter’s first ever Family Camp next summer summer!
Please consider starting a team, joining an existing team, or making a donation. Every little bit counts and brings us closer to our goal! If you’re not sure who to donate to, check out our amazing list of teams! Be sure to click on their links and see why they Unite!
Participants who make a $25 minimum donation will receive a special shirt to commemorate this being our 15th Anniversary Walk!
Have questions about the Walk? Please contact our Development Manager, Antonio Coppola, at email@example.com
The NYC Hemophilia Chapter is a non-profit 501(c)(3), community based organization, dedicated to the advocacy, education and support of families affected by bleeding disorders.