Mission: To provide education and support for people with bleeding disorders and their family and friends.

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​Membership for 2016

We invite you to renew your Membership to HOI for 2016.
Your $25 Membership fee goes to support our educational ​events ​and programs held throughout the year.

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​Hemophilia of Iowa Events

Essay Contest Deadline August 25, 2016​

​“Getting’ in the Game” Essay Contest! 

Winners receive a FREE trip to Phoenix, AZ to participate in a professional sports clinic. ​September 30 – October 2  See all the details on the ESSAY CONTEST page. 



Saturday, September 24, 2016  • Clot Trot

Mark your calendars for the HOI 3rd Annual Clot Trot at Pinicon Ridge Park, Central City. Gather your teams. Theme this year is Superheroes! ​Download the poster and get all the details on the CLOT TROT 2016 page.


Do you wonder what the competition looks like?
Did you run Clot Trot last year and forget how well you did?
Check 
here to see True Time Race results from 2015 Clot Trot.



​​Saturday & Sunday, October 15-16, 2016  • Adult Retreat

An evening away!  Happy Hour & Sunset Dinner Cruise aboard the American Lady Yacht.
See all the details and Register
ADULT RETREAT 2016.


2016 Golf Tournament • Thank You ! !

Thanks to all our sponsors shown on the GOLF 2016 page.​
Go to Facebook to see all the photos.


​​​​​​Programs and Services 

Hemophilia of Iowa events give persons of all ages the chance to have fun and associate with others their age who also have bleeding disorders. ​

Go to the PROGRAMS page to see many of our valued services.

July 22, 2016 • Read the story by Jennifer Mattson on the Genetech website. 


At first glance Beau Atkinson seems like any other happy, 13-year-old. He’s into video games and plays the cymbals in the marching band. His day starts like most kids’–his parents wake him up, he changes clothes and gets ready for school–with one exception. “I go downstairs, I do my factor, I eat breakfast and I walk to school,” Beau says. READ MORE