Step Up for the Unite Walk!
On Saturday, October 10th, CCHF and 15 other Chapters from all across the country will conduct their annual Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walks simultaneously—more than half of them doing it virtually, because of continuing restrictions on large group gatherings.
CCHF will be joining Idaho, Chicago, Cincinnati, Fargo, Iowa, Kansas, Louisville, Montana/Wyoming, New York City, Northern California, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Richmond (VA), San Diego and West Virginia for the historic multi-Chapter event.
Our Walk had originally planned as an in-person event on September 27th. However, continuing COVID-19-related restrictions on events, even those held outdoors, made it unlikely we could get a permit. So, we decided to switch to virtual this year and align with the other Chapters.
How does a virtual walk work? Pretty much any way you want. The idea is to gather friends and family, do a fun, safe, socially distanced activity together and help raise the funds that CCHF needs to provide all the services listed on this website to members of the bleeding disorders community in our 27-county service area. You can walk around your home, around your yard, around the block or wherever. The important thing is to do it as a team and have fun while helping out.
Our hope is to have all the Walk teams created and doing their virtual activities the week of September 26th, so that we can tally the results and determine the winners in the various categories. We will be sending out detailed information about the categories and also the fun events that will be taking place on October 10th. But in the meantime, if you have not already done so, please get friends and family together, form a team, set a goal and register now! You can do that by clicking on this button
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Central California Hemophilia Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation (T.I.N. 23-7373643) dedicated to improving the quality of care and life for persons impacted by inherited bleeding disorders in our 27-county service area. We do this through education, advocacy and support. CCHF is affiliated with both the National Hemophilia Foundation and Hemophilia Federation of America.