What originally started in 2016 as the Red Tie Campaign, has grown and evolved into a month-long celebration of the bleeding disorders community. Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month (BDAM), NHF invites members, friends, and supporters of the bleeding disorders community to join us in raising critical awareness and funds to improve the lives of those affected.
#BDAM and the Red Tie Campaign
Although the Red Tie remains the most recognizable symbol of the bleeding disorders community, it's those impacted that are our greatest symbols of resilience, hope, change, and impact.
Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month depends on YOU. Through a variety of ways to show your support and raise awareness, we hope to count YOU in for the month of March.
Learn more about NHF's initiatives surrounding Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month.
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.
Connect with other families affected by bleeding disorders in your area through NHF's chapter network.