MAKE A GENERAL DONATION VIA OUR SECURE PAYPAL PORTAL
$2,000 helps support the researchers asking questions and searching for a cure. We provide direct financial support through the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Judith Graham Pool Postdoctoral Research Program. >LEARN MORE
$1,500 helps provide one young adult attendance to the National Hemophilia Foundation Annual Meeting through our Joe Caronna Memorial Scholarship Program. >LEARN MORE
$1,000 helps provide bus service for (30) teens to attend our Teen Retreats. >LEARN MORE
$500 helps support (1) individual with our Academic Scholarship Awards Program. >LEARN MORE
$250 helps provide financial assistance for individuals with bleeding disorders Attend Clinic Days at Their Hemophilia Treatment Center. >LEARN MORE
$50 helps Provide Financial Assistance to Attend Educational and Supportive Meeting Events. >LEARN MORE
$15 provides (1) Christmas Gift to Our Young Children at our Holiday Party. >LEARN MORE
When making your donation, please specify if you are making it for a particular cause and we will be sure to note that in the donation receipt.
The Red Tie was introduced as the symbol for the bleeding disorders community in 2016 when NHF and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services worked together to designate March as an official U.S. health observance month — Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month. The Red Tie reflects the fact the blood ties — embodied in the color red and the tie — is what binds the community together. The National Red Tie Campaign aims to advance the fight against inheritable bleeding disorders by raising funds for research, education, and advocacy initiatives. Our local Red Tie Campaigns held during March support our Chapter’s funding for research donations, our programs, education and South Carolina advocacy initiatives. Thank you for your donation to this important campaign which will be rolled out in March 2021. LEARN ABOUT THE RED TIES CAMPAIGN AND MAKE A DONATION!
HELP HSC by shopping on Amazon Smile! Here’s how:
- Visit smile.amazon.com
- Click “Get Started”
- Type: Hemophilia of South Carolina in the “Start by picking your charity” box.
- Select Hemophilia of South Carolina from the list.
- You will receive a confirmation email when it’s all set.
- Start shopping and make sure to use the smile.amazon.com URL when doing all your Amazon shopping. Every time you checkout HSC will receive .5% of your order as a donation.
Ebay Giving Works!
Shop eBay? Help support Hemophilia of South Carolina by searching auctions that benefit the chapter or sell items yourself and have a portion of the final sell go to Hemophilia of South Carolina.
Donate through United Way! Go to https://www.unitedway.org/. Be sure to ask to have HSC as your planned giving’s or workplace campaign. You may have to have them write our name in as some may not have us listed, however, you may request HSC as your non-profit choice.
Donations to HSC are Tax Deductible
We thank you for visiting our donation page! We are in continual need of financial support to provide the expertise and experience needed to support our community in programs, services, and advocacy. We rely on grants and public donations to support our mission. As a Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation and as stated in our mission statement, we also support research. With your support, you will help us change lives and assist our community in living long, productive, and healthy lives. Your donation is tax-deductible in accordance to tax laws.
Please click on our links to make a secure donation through our PayPal account. You will automatically be generated a receipt providing you information about your donation to the Chapter. Thank you in advance for your support to our organization, our members, and our mission!
Hemophilia of South Carolina and Goodsearch – Goodshop have partnered together to help raise money for our cause. The website donates a portion of your online purchases right back to us! Just think: Party cups from Celebrate Express or a pair of pumps from Nine West could help children with bleeding disorders. It’s really that easy!