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First-ever Bleeder and a Buddy event a success

First-ever Bleeder and a Buddy event a success

HACA members and their family and friends came together at Top Golf National Harbor on May 1 for our first-ever Bleeder and a Buddy outreach event. The purpose of the event was to share information about bleeding disorders and the mission of HACA with non-affected...

Deadline coming soon for scholarships

Deadline coming soon for scholarships

HACA is accepting applications through June 1 for its annual scholarship program, the George & Linda Price Scholarship. Like last year, we will be offering $16,000 in scholarships, and the amount awarded will depend on the number of applicants chosen. The Price...

New board members elected at meeting

New board members elected at meeting

HACA’s Annual Meeting took place as part of Chapter Education Day on March 26, and we are excited to welcome three new board members, who will start their terms on June 1. They are Shawna Gray, William Hubbert and...

Chapter members enjoy Education Day in person

Chapter members enjoy Education Day in person

HACA members old and new joined together on Saturday, March 26, at Northern Virginia Community College in Annandale, VA, for the chapter’s first in-person Chapter Education Day since 2019. As in past years, the event featured a track for adults with a bleeding...

Participants at the HACA Men's Group ax throwing outing

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Meeting & College Scholarships

HACA offers the Sandi Qualley Scholarship Fund to help with costs for a member or family to attend one of the annual meetings in Texas in April and August. The Price Scholarship is available for college assistance.

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