Hemophilia Of Georgia
Hemophilia of Georgia is dedicated to serving people with inherited bleeding disorders. We work to minimize the impact of a bleeding disorder on families while we fund research for a cure.
Hemophilia of Georgia funds hemophilia treatment centers in Atlanta, Augusta, and Savannah. Our outreach nurses visit families in their homes, teaching them how to effectively treat their disorder. They also provide education to schools and medical offices. Our social workers provide emergency assistance and other support programs. We offer opportunities for our families to connect with each other at educational events. In partnership with Camp Twin Lakes, we sponsor a weeklong summer camp for children and teens called Camp Wannaklot. We provide technical assistance to nonprofits in developing countries through the World Federation of Hemophilia. We are determined to make a difference because it takes more than medicine.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
Volunteers are at the heart of Hemophilia of Georgia and help us to fulfill our mission to improve the quality of life for all those affected by hemophilia and related bleeding disorders.
We hope you’ll consider sharing some of your time and talents with us by joining our team of dedicated volunteers. Visit hog.org/volunteer for more information or contact Nick Stinson, community engagement coordinator, at 770-998-9860 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
8800 Roswell Road, Suite 170
Atlanta, GA 30350