Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation offers scholarships to individuals with a diagnosed bleeding disorder and parents of minor children with a bleeding disorder. 

Huey & Angelia Wilson Foundation funds the Wilson Traditional scholarship through LHF for students who have a bleeding disorder (who have not yet obtained a Bachelor's Degree) to attend an in-state university, community college or trade school. All programs must be accredited and meet approval. 

The Wilson Foundation funds the Wilson Non-Traditional Scholarship for students with a diagnosed bleeding disorder who have earned a Bachelor's Degree and are seeking higher education. Additionally, the Wilson Non-Traditional Scholarship is open to parents of  a minor child diagnosed with a bleeding disorder. 

Louisiana Hemophilia Foundation offers a scholarship that varies between $250-500 each semester (depending on funding available)

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES:   Spring: December 22  Fall: July 22

Please visit the General Scholarship Information page for specific scholarship requirements. 

Call the LHF office at (225) 291-1675 if you have any questions.


3084 Westfork Drive

Suite A

Baton Rouge, LA 70816


Tel: 225.291.1675

Fax: 225.291.1679


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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.

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