There's fun for everyone at the San Diego Hemophilia Walk! We walk to raise critical FUNDS for national research, local programs & services and to raise AWARENESS for the bleeding disorders community. HASDC's 4th Annual Hemophilia Walk will take place on Saturday, October 14 at Liberty Station Park. Whether you've been with us from the beginning or you are new to the Walk program, we invite you to join us in making this the biggest, most exciting, and most successful Walk yet! We're challenging our community with a goal of 300 walkers and $30,000! We know you can do it! Create a team and have your family, friends, neighbors, co-workers and anyone else you know help you not only raise funds but also raise awareness for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. If someone you know has already created a team, join their team and support them! Even if you can't make it on October 14th, you can still support the Walk by joining as a virtual walker or donating!
Much more than just a fundraising event, the San Diego Hemophilia Walk brings together individuals affected by bleeding disorders, their families, friends, and supporters who want to enjoy an amazing day and help the cause. The San Diego Hemophilia Walk attracts people of every age and background from parents with infants to grandparents and everything in between – including more than a few four-legged friends. Everyone shows up on Walk day to share experiences and enjoy each other’s company. The San Diego Hemophilia Walk features food and refreshments, games/face painting for the kids, music, vendor fair and a souvenir t-shirt per paid walker.
The Hemophilia Association of San Diego County (HASDC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been serving individuals with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other bleeding disorders since 1973. HASDC provides bilingual and bicultural educational programming and support services for families within San Diego and Imperial Counties, helping those affected by bleeding disorders lead healthy and normal lifestyles. HASDC works with national organizations and industry partners to improve healthcare, support research, and provide necessary resources for the bleeding disorders community. For more information on HASDC, please visit our website www.hasdc.org