How you can help

We rely on your generous support.

The generous support of individuals and groups within the community allows us to provide services, education and support for people living with haemophilia and other bleeding disorders so they can lead an active, fulfilling life.

There are many ways you can help.

Make a donation:
We urgently require donations to provide programs and services such as workshops, family camps, peer support groups, information and education resources and research projects. Our most recent appeal is seeking funding to update the vital information that we give to parents who have just had a child diagnosed with haemophilia.
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Become a monthly donor:
By making a kind gift each month, you will provide reliable, ongoing funding for services required throughout a person’s entire life with a bleeding disorder – from diagnosis, through childhood and youth; to the transition into adulthood and then older age. Your monthly donation will provide the reliable funding we need to improve quality of life, at each life stage, for people with a bleeding disorder.
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Click here to become a monthly donor today.

Leave a gift to HFA in your will:
By taking the step to include HFA in your will, you will ensure every person affected by a bleeding disorder is represented and cared for – now and in the future.

Click here for more information about leaving a bequest in your will to HFA

Last Updated: 19th Nov 15