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Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation works to support patients and families in their time of need. We also build programs around the needs of the community. In order to make a larger impact we need your help! Please consider making a donation today. You may choose to donate to a specific program, such as Camp GlobeClotters, or to our Medic Alert Fund. Please call out office at (225) 291-1675 or mail your check to 3084 Westfork Dr, Suite A Baton Rouge, LA 70810 to make a donation. 

 

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CHange Lives

 

Give Hope to those in need

Build Community and Togetherness

 

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how to get involved:
Volunteering is the #1 way to make a difference in the community. We need you to help build and shape programs to meet the need of those we serve. Please consider giving your time. Whether you have an hour a month or much more, it matters!  Click the orange pdf to begin.

Want to volunteer short-term or learn a little more? Fill out the interest form below and tell us about yourself!

 

Want to make an even bigger difference? Consider joining our Board of Directors. No prior experience is necessary, only a willingness to serve. Click on the grey .pdf below to begin. 

Contact

3084 Westfork Drive

Suite A

Baton Rouge, LA 70816

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Tel: 225.291.1675

Fax: 225.291.1679

contact@lahemo.org

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The mission of Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation is to improve the quality of life and assist persons affected by inherited bleeding disorders by providing education,

advocacy, support services, and by promoting research.

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization serving the bleeding disorder community since 1976.

Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation provides networking opportunities, access to care, summer camp for children, educational programs, scholarships, & MedicAlert Services.

Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation 2017