Become a Member
Become a member of Hemophilia of Iowa and benefit yourself and others. Take advantage of our numerous networking, membership and educational events. All membership dues help strengthen this organization by staying relevant with our educational opportunities.
For more information go to our Membership page.
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.
Among our many valuable services are:
Annual Meeting & Exhibits
A weekend of education and fun for persons with bleeding disorders, their families and friends, featuring quality programs on a broad range of related topics by key persons in the bleeding disorders field.
The “Bloodline” is published quarterly to report on the latest organizational news, programs, and events, as well as the latest technical, research, and related financial news on the local, national and world bleeding disorders scene.
Limited financial assistance is available for persons or families experiencing financial hardship due to bleeding disorder related expenses.
A unique summer experience for kids ages 6 to 17 with bleeding disorders and their siblings. An opportunity to bond with peers as they learn to manage their conditions under medical supervision. An opportunity to share experiences, challenges and stories of hope.
A number of post-secondary scholarships are presented each year to eligible students with hemophilia, related bleeding disorders, and certain family members. More information on the SCHOLARSHIPS page.
Adults Only retreat for a little quality time away from some of the stresses that can occur when a child or other family member has a bleeding disorder.
A support group offering educational programs, information and “just being there” for families with newborn and younger children diagnosed with a bleeding disorder.
The Dude Cremer Memorial Golf Tournament is held each year on one of Iowa’s nicest courses, to help raise funds to support all HOI programs throughout the year.
Family Camp – A unique summer experience for kids ages 3-5 and their families. Families experience a weekend of camping activities that create camaraderie among families and valuable knowledge of hemophilia camp before children experience Summer Camp at age 6.
Educational Programs – At various times throughout the year, the Education Committee selects educational programs, based on requests and identified needs, to be offered around the state of Iowa.