Three million people across the U.S. live with bleeding disorders that can cause extended bleeding after injury, surgery or trauma, and can be life-threatening if not treated effectively.

The National Hemophilia Foundation's Red Tie Campaign raises funds and awareness to find better treatments and cures for bleeding disorders.

What inspired the Red Tie Campaign?



Stand with families living with bleeding disorders.

Support NHF's innovative research, critical advocacy, and education programs.

Help us get one step closer to the cure.


"When I was diagnosed at age 7 with a rare bleeding disorder, my family and I were unsure of the kind of future I'd have. I'm able to live the life I was meant to live thanks in large part to NHF."

Chelsea Nabritt NHF Youth Leadership Institute

About NHF

Since 1948, NHF has worked to improve the lives of people with bleeding disorders. With 52 chapters nationwide reaching thousands of people, partnerships with leading research organizations, and support from friends like you, we are making great strides in:


We partner with the CDC, NIH, and others to find better treatments and cures.


We provide resources for people of all ages on managing and treating bleeding disorders.


We advocate for the rights of people with bleeding disorders, including access to healthcare.

CSL Behring
Novo Nordisk
Hemophilia Alliance