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Hot Off the Press! Blood Matters Summer 2017

We Want to Hear from YOU!

Hemophilia Ontario is launching a multi-phased engagement process this year. The first step is taking 5-10 minutes to complete our anonymous survey. You can access the survey by simply clicking on the image above.

We want everyone to fill this out!

That includes patients, family members, long-time volunteers, and people who have never been involved before. Please take time to complete the survey and distribute it to your contacts in the bleeding disorders community.

Results will be shared throughout the year in each issue of Blood Matters.

It is as important for us to let you know what we have heard as it is for us to hear it.
Not only that, but your input will have a direct impact on future programming decisions.
Join us for a webinar later this year to learn about how we are implementing your suggestions.

This is just the beginning...

Stay tuned for more engagement and feedback opportunities throughout the year, including a focus group series coming to a location near you in June 2017.

Connect with us on Social Media

Hemophilia Ontario is on the following social media outlets! 
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Make sure to tell your friends and family too!

Stay Connected by Joining our Email List

Stay up to date on Hemophilia Ontario and its Regions by subscribing to our Constant Contact email list.  All you have to do is click the subscribe image below.  As always, your contact information will remain private.

Hot off the press!

Pinecrest Camp Video earns a Top 3 Spot at NACCHO!

Hemophilia Ontario SWOR's Camp Pinecrest's video earned a top 3 spot at the North American Camp Conference for Hemophilia Organization's (NACCHO) video contest.  Congratulations!  To see the video, click on the image below:

Hemophilia Ontario's Twinning Success!

David Neal recently traveled to Tanzania as part of Hemophilia Ontario's Twinning Project.  Below is a photo linking to the story published by the Hemophilia Society of Tanzania on their local website Wavuti (click photo to see translated article).



A world free from the pain and suffering of inherited bleeding disorders.


Our mission is to strive to improve the health and quality of life for all people with inherited bleeding disorders, and to find a cure.


At Hemophilia Ontario, an integral part of our current organizational identity and experience is based in the loss suffered by the hemophilia community, those with inherited bleeding disorders and other who were infected with HIV and/or Hepatitis C and their families, friends and communities; through blood or blood products they depended on for lifesaving treatment and therapy over the past two decades.  With this principle at our core, Hemophilia Ontario is guided by the following values in the work we undertake:


By providing information, programs and services to all people with inherited bleeding disorders of all ages and their families.


By being well connected to our grassroots community.


By actively representing people with inherited bleeding disorders to improve their quality of life while working towards a cure.


By achieving quality, efficiency and innovation while remaining open to change.


By acting honestly, responsibly, openly and accountably.


By treating the people with whom we interact with dignity, fairness and compassion.


By fostering meaningful and collegial relations, and strong partnerships among our diverse stakeholders.