Raising Money and Awareness
GLHF hosts fundraising events throughout the year to raise dollars and awareness for the bleeding disorders community of Wisconsin. Proceeds from these events directly support programs such as Patient Financial Assistance, youth camperships and family camp, advocacy efforts, scholarships, and educational programs hosted throughout the year. Learn more about The Impact of Your Gift.
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Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk
Wisconsin walkers are excited to team up with the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) and walkers from across the country to raise dollars and awareness for the bleeding disorders community.
As a statewide organization Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF) is excited to join forces in Fox Valley and Milwaukee for our annual Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walks.
Watch our calendar for updates about the Milwaukee and Fox Valley events.
Community-Led Fundraising Events
A third party event is an opportunity for you to use your creative ideas to help raise support for Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation (GLHF). Events can be as simple as gathering a few friends together for dinner and giving guests the opportunity to donate, or having an organized event with various activities for people of all ages.
Learn more about creating your own fundraising events.
Milwaukee’s Best Bloody
Milwaukee bartenders face off to showcase their signature Bloody Mary recipes at the Italian Community Center in February. Guests will enjoy appetizers, beer chasers, raffles & vote for the winner. Stay tuned for ticket information, this event sells out fast!
Get details on GLHF’s next Milwaukee’s Best Bloody contest.
Madison’s Best Bloody
The inaugural event was a tremendous success. A sold out crowd voted for their favorite Bloody Mary at The Edgewater in Madison, while raising dollars for the bleeding disorders community.
Stay connected to GLHF for details about our next Madison’s Best Bloody contest.