Caring for people with bleeding disorders in developing countries--one life at a time.
Our Vision: All people with bleeding disorders in developing countries have the medical and economic resources necessary to live independent and productive lives.
What is a Bleeding Disorder?
A bleeding disorder is an inherited condition in which the blood does not clot properly. Bleeding disorders are found in every country in the world and affect people of every race. More than 75% of people with bleeding disorders receive little to no treatment, and are prone to internal bleeds in their joints and vital organs. When not properly treated, bleeding disorders can lead to severe
Our Mission: Empowering individuals and families affected by bleeding disorders in developing countries through direct financial assistance and access to medical treatment.
Core Values: Compassion, Community, Value of the Individual, Opportunity, Access to Resources
To raise public awareness about people with bleeding disorders in the developing world
To identify children and youth with bleeding disorders who need aid in developing countries
To provide financial support for beneficiaries' basic needs and preparation for adulthood
To offer sponsors and donors an opportunity to make a direct difference in the lives of people with bleeding disorders in developing countries
To partner with and mentor local bleeding disorder organizations through program funding