Hemophilia Walks in Las Vegas and Reno Raise $64,000 for Nevada’s Inherited Bleeding Disorders Community Thanks to nearly 600 walkers and runners that participated in this year’s Hemophilia Walks and 5K events in both Las Vegas and Reno, the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation was able
Golf 4 The Kids Raises A Whopping $85,000 for Two Local Nonprofits Annual Tournament Has Raised Almost $300,000 for Nevada Children A lot of golfers swung into action at the 5th annual Golf 4 The Kids Tournament, raising almost $85,000, which will be split equally between two Nevada nonprofit organizations:
Golf 4 The Kids Tournament to be held at Red Rock Country Club on May 1, 2017 Tournament Benefits Cure 4 The Kids Foundation & Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation The 5th annual Golf 4 the Kids tournament will take place Monday, May 1, 2017, at Red Rock
Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation Raises $60,000 at Las Vegas and Reno Walks/5Ks September 27, 2016 - More than 500 walkers and runners took part in Hemophilia Walks and 5K events in Las Vegas and Reno in September, allowing the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation
Las Vegas Hemophilia Walk & 5K Planned for September 24, 2016 Hundreds of participants, including walkers, runners, individuals and teams, are expected to take part in the Las Vegas Hemophilia Walk & 5K on Saturday, September 24, 2016 at Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs in Northwest Las Vegas.
Golf 4 The Kids Tournament Planned at Red Rock Country Club June 6, 2016 Benefits two nonprofits assisting children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases and individuals affected by inherited bleeding disorders Golfers throughout Southern Nevada are invited to take part in the 4th annual Golf 4 The Kids tournament
2015 Reno and Las Vegas Hemophilia Walks Raise Record Funds! Donations to Fund Summer Camp, Support Groups, Advocacy Efforts Walkers and runners in Reno and Las Vegas in September raised a record amount of donations for the Nevada Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation, surpassing last year’s record amount. More