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Blood Brotherhood Retreat Program

The Blood Brotherhood Program is for men 18 years of age and up with a bleeding disorder. The Objective of the program are as follow:

  • Social Support - Increase participation in bleeding disorder related activities, communication with peers, and coping skills

  • Optimize Health Care - Participants will be encouraged to take advantage of care offered through a Hemophilia Treatment Center. 

  • Physical Health - Increase the understanding of how physical activity improves health and prevents disease and complications associated with bleeding disorders and aging.

Women's Initiative (Sisterhood)

The Women's Initiative is an outlet for women ages 18 & older with a bleeding disorder or affected by a bleeding disorder, such as a wife or mother of someone with a bleeding disorder. The women's mission is:

"To unite and support women affected by a bleeding disorder through information programs, advocacy, and social events.


Family Fun Night 

Our Family Fun Nights (or days) are put together to bring families together for some fun activities and to provide time to support and encourage friendship in the bleeding disorder community.  These events move around the state to allow everyone a chance to join.

Fall Festival

The Fall Festival is another family event that moves around the state but only happens once a year in the fall.  This event brings families out to a corn maze to celebrate the fall season and again to bring families together to provide time to support and encourage friendships.



The Pitchin' for Caleb Fundraiser has been held by the Wood Family in Crossville Tennessee for last 17 years.  This is a cornhole tournament that is held at the Centennial Park where for the admission fee of $30 you are entered to play in the tournament, receive a t-shirt, and lunch.  Be sure to check out this amazing fundraiser that is held every year in August.

Thank you to the Woods Family for putting on this fundraiser benefiting the Tennessee Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Foundation!


Blazin' for Bleeders is a fundraiser that has families coming together for a either a 1 mile FunWalk or a timed 5k race. This event is held at the Gateway Island Park in Murfreesboro every spring.  With admission to the event you will receive a t-shirt, breakfast, italian ice after the race, medals for all runners and prizes for the winners!!  

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The Royal Gala is a fundraiser created by the late Catherine van Eys to bring funds to the Tennessee Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Foundation.  This fundraiser is held every year in November.  The tickets include your admission, dinner, activities, and chance to bid on some amazing silent and live auction items.  Last year was Casino Night theme that was super fun with chances to win some great prizes.


Our Music City Topgolf fundraiser is a favorite.  You don't need to know how to golf, we have a Pro Golfer (Perry Parker) available to show you how to swing and give any other tips of golf that you might want to ask about.  With the admission ticket you will receive dinner, entry to the tournament, and a chance to win the hole-in-one shot.  Perry Parker will also give his story about the struggles of playing sports with hemophilia.  

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