Supporting Families & Individuals


Virtual Programs

April 13 @ 6:00pm CST

Taking Control:  

Being More Active with Hemophilia

Sponsored by Pfizer

Speaker:  Jeff McFall

April 15 @ 6:00pm CST

8 Tips to Survive Adulting

Sponsored by Novo Nordisk

Speaker:  Dana Clemmans


May 6th @ 6:30pm CST

Supporting Emerging Skills

Sponsored by Sanofi Genzyme

Speaker:  Shawana Darnell

August 10th @ 6:30pm CST

From Clinic To Kitchen Table

Sponsored by Sanofi Genzyme

Speaker:  Shawana Darnell

October 26th @ 6:30pm CST

Parenting with Chronic Conditions

Sponsored by Sanofi Genzyme

Speaker:  Shawana Darnell


April 9th - 11th

Women's Initiative

A&E Farm in College Grove



April 17th

Nashville Family Zoo Day

Nashville Zoo


April 17th

World Hemophilia Day


May 1st

Be a Factor 5k Fundraiser

by the Jameson Family 

Loudon, TN


May 22nd @ 9:00am EST

Family Fishing Day

Sponsored by TwelveStone & CSL Behring

With Country Boy Fisherman Brandon Young

August 27th - 29th

Annual Meeting

Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro

Calendar of Events

We have been closely monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  We will continue to follow the recommendations from the CDC website so this means that dates may change and things may turn virtual.  

We appreciate your understanding and will keep you updated with future announcements.  Feel free to call with any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

THBDF Staff and Board Members

About Bleeding Disorders

A bleeding disorder is a genetic blood clotting deficiency caused by the absence or inactivity of an essential blood clotting protein, or "factor."  This deficiency causes the body to form unstable blood clots that allow bleeding to continue longer than normal

A person with a bleeding disorder can experience frequent and often spontaneous episodes of prolonged bleeding.  The most severe cases can have extensive bleeding into joints, muscles, and vital organs, resulting in life-threatening emergencies and crippling long-term complications.  

Hemophilia and related bleeding disorders, such as von Willebrand disease, are genetically inherited.  However, one in three diagnosed cases of hemophilia results from a spontaneous genetic mutation where there is no family history of abnormal bleeding.

About us:

Tennessee Hemophilia & Bleeding Disorders Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.  The foundation was founded in 1970.

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