Join us for GLHF’s GooseChase Challenge Week. Help us Spread Awareness for the Global and Local Bleeding Disorders Community!

To commemorate World Hemophilia Day, we’re challenging the Wisconsin Bleeding Disorders Community to a friendly game of gooseChase! During the week of April 12-19, complete as many missions as you can from home to earn points and climb up the rankings board. The game will revolve around tasks that deal with World Hemophilia Day, the global bleeding disorders community, bleeding disorders awareness, local advocacy and fun. Last year’s competition was so close, FIVE teams completed all 60 challenges. Learn more. Register by April 4 to receive your Challenge Pack! Contact Kailee at or 414.937.6784 for information.

April 17 is World Hemophilia Day. GLHF has arranged for Milwaukee’s Hoan Bridge to be lit up red (#LightItUpRed) in observance of World Hemophilia Day to bring attention to the global community of people affected by inherited bleeding disorders, including the more than 3,600 patients that reside in Wisconsin. By raising awareness for hemophilia and other bleeding disorders we can increase sustainable and equitable access to care and treatment.

About GooseChase
GooseChase is a scavenger hunt application that you can upload to your phone, tablet or desktop device. Individuals and families complete missions at their own pace, on their own time. Within the application, there is a news feed, rankings board, and missions board where you’ll upload your mission “evidence” and see what the other teams are up to!

The week prior to the game, you’ll receive in depth directions on how to download and access GLHF’s game code. We promise, its easy!

The three families, or individuals with the most points by midnight on April 18th will win Amazon gift cards: $250 for 1st place, $150 for 2nd place, and $100 for third place.

Register by April 4
Register for the fun by April 4 to receive a Challenge Pack in the mail with the game information and materials to assist you with GooseChase missions.

You must be a Wisconsin resident and/or receive care at a Wisconsin Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) to be eligible to play and win prizes.

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