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Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California Overview
Founded in 1958 and operated continuously since, the volunteer-driven Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California (HFNC) is a non-profit organization serving the needs of people with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. It strives to improve the quality of life of all those affected through education, direct service and the promotion and support of research.
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This group asked 8 years ago for help raising money for their Kids Camp. The costs of regular blood factor is quite high, and the families need support. We've been involved since then and help organize a yearly fundraiser in Sonoma. The annual Kids Camp teaches children how to do their own shots...
I have volunteered for this foundation for a few years and I love it. The events are organized and fun...
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We are bless to be part of this community. HFNC has been part of are family from the time we where told that my son had Hemophilia. I made contact with them when my son was 8 months, they send me all the info on hemophilia and books that they order for me. I was able to get to meet other Families ...
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