Red Tie Challenge

What is the RED TIE CHALLENGE? The HFA Red Tie Challenge asks you to wear a red tie during the month of April to raise awareness about bleeding disorders and recognise World Haemophilia Day.  

The RED TIE CHALLENGE was created by the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) in the United States. NHF selected a Red Tie to symbolize the blood ties that bind our community. Based on the success of NHF, and with their agreement, HFA launched its own Red Tie Challenge in April 2017.

It was great to see people and companies taking on and supporting the Red Tie Challenge in Australia.

Sydney Swans in red ties

Sam Reid and George Hewitt from the Sydney Swans show off their red ties

HFA Council in red ties

HFA Council,

HFNSW in red ties


AHCDO in red tie


HFA in red ties


and special friends

Saus in a red tie



Captain Oates in a red tie

Captain Oates

frock up in their red ties for World Haemophilia Day.

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