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Hemophilia of South Carolina Launches the 2019 Red Tie Campaign

The Red Tie Campaign aims to advance the fight against inheritable bleeding disorders by raising funds for research, education, and advocacy initiatives.

March 1, 2019 – More than three million Americans have a bleeding disorder, such as hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, or rare factor deficiencies. These disorders prevent an individual’s blood from clotting normally; can result in extended bleeding after injury, surgery or trauma; and can be fatal if not treated effectively.

It’s time to put on your red ties again and join us for the 2019 Red Tie Campaign! This March, during Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month, Hemophilia of South Carolina, with NHF and chapters across the country, will raise funds and awareness to support the bleeding disorders community.

We hope you will join us during the campaign by showing your red tie pride on social media and helping us raise $1,000to support our programs and services, advocacy initiatives and Advocacy Coalition work.  To participate in the 2019 Red Tie Campaign, you can:

Give: Our collective goal is to raise $30,000 across all chapters and NHF during the Red Tie Campaign. If you donate to Hemophilia of South Carolina, NHF will match that donation up to $750! Give today and double your donation to our bleeding disorders community. Donate directly to HSC here:

Share: Be a part of the movement! Put on your red tie or scarf and share why Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month and Hemophilia of South Carolina are important to you. Follow #RedTieCampaign on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, and share your story to raise awareness within your personal network. Share your pictures with us so we can post to our Facebook Page, Twitter, and on our Instagram page.

Advocate: Join HSC at our many Proclamation readings throughout the state. We’ll also be heading to Washington DC for NHF’s Washington Days event on March 27-29, 2019. Follow us on social media as we advocate for access to healthcare.

To learn more about the Red Tie Campaign, visit For more information on bleeding disorders and Hemophilia of South Carolina, please visit


Our Ambassadors and South Carolina Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Advocacy Coalition (SCHBDAC) members have hit the ground running with the 2019 proclamations process, reaching out to state, county, and municipal officials to recognize March as “Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month.”   We invite you to join them in celebration wherever you live if a location is convenient for you.

We began in February:

February 19, Shelley Crisp– Town of Moncks Corner

6:00 pm

Courtroom at Town Hall

118 Carolina Avenue

Moncks Corner, SC 29461 

February 19, Susie MaloyDorchester County


County Council Chambers

North Main Street

Summerville, SC  29483 

February 26, Ashley Brooks — Spartanburg City, Woodruff City


City Hall Council Chambers

231 E. Hayne Street

Woodruff, SC 29388 

February 28, Connie and Dwayne GrahamGeorgetown County


County Council Chambers

716 Prince Street

Georgetown, SC 29440

March 1, Jeremy WilliamsGreenville City

Liberty Bridge, Downtown (Time to be determined)

Greenville, SC 29607

March 4, April BairdCity of Clinton

6:00 pm

M.S. Bailey Municipal Center, second floor

211 North Broad Street

Clinton, SC 29325

March 5, Aaron Smith Richland County


RC Council Meeting

2020 Hampton Street

Columbia, SC 29204

March 6, HSC Advocacy Days– State of South Carolina Proclamation by Governor Henry McMaster’s

Presented by Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette

12:30 pm in the State Capitol Rotunda, first floor lobby

March 11, Renita Johnson — by Mayor Holmes, Town of Clover


City Council Meeting

120 Bethel Street

Clover, SC 29710  

March 12, Sue Martin — by Mayor Rick Danner, City of Greer


Council Chambers, second floor, City Hall

301 E. Poinsett Street

Greer, SC 29651. 

March 19, Amy NewmanGreenville County


County Square – Conference Room D

301 University Ridge

Greenville, SC 29601

March 19, Bonnie PhiferCity of Columbia


City Hall

1737 Main Street

Columbia, SC 29201

March 25, Wendy LegrandBerkeley County


County Council Meeting, Berkley County Administration Building, Assembly Room

1003 Highway 52

Moncks Corer, SC 29461

#HSCAdvocacy #bleedingdisordersawarenessmonth

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