FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 15, 2018
Contact: Leah Nash
Gator Clot Trot Kickoff
Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida
Sunday, February 18, 2018; 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Enjoy some food, mingle with other teams and have a chance to win some prizes all while registering for the 7th Annual Gator Clot Trot, April 7, 2018, at Depot Park in Gainesville. Plus everyone will be given free tickets that include a soda and hotdog for Sunday’s UF v. Sienna baseball game at Alfred A. McKethan Stadium.
Who Should Attend:
All Team Captains/Registrants
The Matthews Room, J. Wayne Reitz Union, 655 Reitz Union Drive
Did you know that 91% of fundraising dollars from HFGF events go toward supporting programs for Florida’s bleeding disorders community? Visit hemophiliaflorida.org/gainesville for more information.
Note To Media: If you’d like more information about 7th Annual Gator Clot, or to schedule an interview with HFGF staff or members of the bleeding disorders community, please contact Leah Nash at email@example.com or 407.629.0000 X103.
The Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida (HFGF) is pleased to present the 16th Annual Evening on Broadway, February 17, 2018, to see The Lion King live on stage at the beautiful Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando.
Tickets, which include a reception with silent auction/raffle, as well as orchestra seating are now available for $150, of which more than 90% will go to the bleeding disorders community in Florida. The reception begins at 6 p.m., followed by the performance. Visit hemophiliaflorida.org/theatre to purchase your tickets before they run out.
The 16th Annual Evening on Broadway supports the Florida bleeding disorders community through family support weekends, health educational programs, providing financial emergency assistance, scholarships to students, and sending HFGF patients to a medically supervised summer called Camp Spirit.
The cost of treatment varies for those who have hemophilia and other bleeding disorders, however, costs are typically high due to the price of medication, as well as the number of times it must be administered. A single dose of clotting medication, for example, which sometimes only lasts one day, can cost as much as $6,500—or more. These costs do not reflect procedures that are outside of routine maintenance, such as having a tooth pulled, which could run in excess of $20,000.
“Our patients need us, and we are here to help them,” says Fran Haynes, HFGF Executive Director. “We try not to turn anyone away.” HFGF has been serving the bleeding disorders community since 1996 by supporting healthier and more independent lives.
HFGF is also looking for silent auction and raffle gifts. If your company would like to donate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 407.629.0000.
Note To Media: If you’d like more information about the 16th Annual Evening on Broadway, or to schedule an interview with HFGF staff or members of the bleeding disorders community, please contact Leah Nash at email@example.com or 407.629.0000 X103.