Bleeding Disorders Awareness Week is an opportunity for individuals and families as well as Haemophilia Foundations and other organisations to take part in a campaign and activities to raise awareness about haemophilia, von Willebrand disease and related inherited bleeding disorders throughout Australia during the week of 10-16 October 2021.
The theme of the week is Embracing a Changing World to follow on from our conference theme days before.
Looking for something to do during Bleeding Disorders Awareness Week either face-to-face or virtual? Host a red-themed event and Go Red For Bleeding Disorders! Some quick ideas are:
More information and ideas will be on our website.
We have fun downloads on our website for you to take part in the week such as a colouring-in competition, trivia and a word find.
HFA has a limited supply of promotional items:
Check the HFA website for current updates, how to order and the free downloads and activities.
For downloads and information
or contact Natashia on email@example.com or MB 0403 538 109
For Bleeding Disorders Awareness Week we invite the community, family and friends to participate in the Red Classic.
Walk, run, get into your wheelchair, onto your scooter or get on your bike during the week, dress in red, and send in your km and your pics!
*Stick within covid restrictions in your area*
What do I need to do? Register at www.haemophilia.org.au/BDAWRC and all the information will be sent to you.
What is the date? The classic will run from Sunday 10 October – Saturday 16 October 2021.
Can we do anything? Yes, think outside the square – roller-skate, skateboard, cycle, horseride – anything that keeps you moving.
Don’t forget to follow us on our social media networks for links to virtual events and current up-to-date information –
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