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Welcome to the Hawaii Hemophilia Foundation! The Hawaii chapter is an affiliate , along with 50 other chapters of the National Hemophilia Foundation. We are a primarily volunteer-run not-for-profit organization in Hawaii that has worked to improve and enrich the lives of our community members. We work closely with the Hemophilia and Thrombosis Center located at the Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children. HHF provides a variety of educational, fun and exciting programs for the bleeding disorder community.

Our Mission: The Hawaii Hemophilia Foundation (HHF) is a volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the individuals with bleeding disorders and their families through education, advocacy, and support.

In order to serve our community and to continue to serve our mission we need YOUR support. You can support Hawaii Hemophilia Foundation in a number of ways:

Become a member!HHF Membership Application

Make a donation today to the chapter!

Help at chapter events

Volunteer on a chapter committee

Volunteer in other ways

Apply to join the chapter board of directors.

If you are interested in volunteering or financially contributing to the Hawaii chapter and have any questions, please contact us at hawaiihemophiliafoundation@hotmail.com. We will follow up with you as soon as possible and get you all the details. Thank you in advance for any support you can offer! Keep up with the chapter by becoming a fan on Facebook.

Through events like our Big Island 300, Education Day, and Camp Koko Ohana we continue to come together as an Ohana and educate the general community about hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

Here is a photo from our 2012 Camp Koko Ohana.

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