Support for Puerto Rico

 



#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving back. On Tuesday, November 28, 2017, you joined people around the world to support a cause close to your heart. Instead of asking for support for our programs and services, we joined the movement to give back to others who need it the most.


You helped to raise an incredible $4,200 for the Together We Care disaster relief assistance fund for the Puerto Rico bleeding disorders community affected by Hurricane Maria! If you would still like a make a donation, simply click the red button. 100% of every penny will be given to those with a bleeding disorder in Puerto Rico.



 How Your Support Makes A Difference


  • $100 helps to repair a damaged home
  • $50 puts a full tank of gas in a car for a family
  • $25 purchases groceries for a household
  • $10 buys battery powered lights

 


About the Together We Care Disaster Relief Assistance Fund


The bleeding disorders community has a long history of rallying around our families in need. In 2017, the US faced an unprecedented number of natural disasters. So national bleeding disorders organizations such as Hemophilia Federation of America, the National Hemophilia Foundation, the Hemophilia Alliance, Hemophilia Alliance Foundation, LA Kelley Communications, the national network of hemophilia treatment centers and others have partnered to create the “Together We Care” disaster relief assistance fund. NEHA is proud to support these efforts. Learn more about Together We Care.


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The New England Hemophilia Association (NEHA) is proud to support the “Together We Can” disaster relief assistance fund to help the bleeding disorder community in crisis. Whenever a natural disaster or tragedy strikes, it’s our responsibility to provide assistance to our community members in need. The contributions made to this program will make a difference in the lives of so many people living with hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease, and other rare bleeding disorders who have lost everything.

 -Rich Pezzillo, Executive Director of the New England Hemophilia Association


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