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Tri-State Bleeding Disorder FoundationTri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation
The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation is committed to helping support and care for those individuals within our community affected by a Bleeding Disorder. Our goal is to help those individuals realize their full potential. We shall do this by ed... Read more
The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation is committed to helping support and care for those individuals within our community affected by a Bleeding Disorder.
Our goal is to help those individuals realize their full potential. We shall do this by educating our community, advocating to our government for support, and helping further research to improve our care and someday find a cure.
The Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation, dba as Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation (TSBDF), is a nonprofit organization with an over 40-year history of providing support, programs, and services to the bleeding disorder community of Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Southeast Indiana.
We aspire to improve the quality of life for children and families living with bleeding disorders. The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation serves 16 counties assisting more than 500 patients and their families. The focus of support for the entire family unit is a driving force behind development and implementation of programs operated by Tri-State Bleeding Disorders Foundation.
The Tri-State Bleeding Disorder Foundation is supported entirely by grants, special event fundraisers and private contributions. We are not a United Way Agency and receive no funding from the local, state or federal government.
TSBDF focuses on using all donations wisely by stretching donations to their fullest extent. TSBDF offers many educational and support programs each year for the bleeding disorders community.