Royal Gala

November 2, 2019

Why do we call it the "Royal Gala"?

Queen Victoria  was the most famous carrier of hemophilia in history and it was through her lineage that hemophili was passed on to the Royal families of Russia, Spain, and Prussia.  Because of this connection, hemophilia was once called "the royal disease".

The Royal Gala was the brainchild of the late Catherine van Eys and it was under her able leadership that led to our first Royal Gala.  Many of her friends and family served on that first committee and continue to serve and support this wonderful event.  This year marks the 19th Anniversary of this lovely event.

 Sponsors for 2019 

Diamond Table Sponsor

Queen Victoria Sponsorship

Dr. Jan van Eys

Ruby Table Sponsor

Dr. Jan van Eys

Emerald Table Sponsor

Dr. Jan van Eys
Vanderbilt Hemophilia Treatment Center

We Would Like To Thank Our Auction Item Donors:

21 Museum Hotel--Nashville

Amanda Steinmann

Amy Grant Productions

Ann Sharpe

Arrington Vineyards

Barbara Holzman

Chattanooga Aquarium

Chattanoogan Hotel

Cheesecake Factory Inc.

Chris Bombardier

Cindi Earl Fine Jewelry

Crystal Blankenship

Dollywood

Elizabeth Page

Enchanted Flower Shop

Frist Art Museum

Gaylord Opryland Hotel

Graceland-Memphis

J. Mullins Jewelers

Jim Hardaway Tours

John Jarratt

Judith Hodges

Lakesite Wine & Spirits

Louise Hardaway

Mark Page

McNamara's Irish Pub

Memphis Zoo

Nashville Armory

Nashville Opera

Nashville Symphony

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

Ober Gatlinburg

Park Visa DoubleTree by Hilton

Parnassus Books

Phat Bites

Phillips Toy Mart

Ripley's Aquarium of The Smokies

Rock City

Sarah Martin-Bemrich

Senator Marsha Blackburn

Staci Smith Photography

Starstruck Entertainment

Tennessee Aquarium-Chattanooga

Tennessee Titans

Teresa Nothan

Tom Black Center for Excellence

TopGolf-Nashville

Vintage Wine & Spirits

Thank you Takeda, for being a
Diamond Sponsor
Thank you Dr. van Eys, for being a
Queen Victoria Underwriter 

Anastasia Circle Sponsorship

Mr. & Mrs. Greer

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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