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It’s never to early to start thinking about your plans for the summer. Camps especially for kids and adults with bleeding disorders, are something you should learn more about. TODAY!!


The Blood Brotherhood and Sister hood are wonderful organizations, for men and women, with bleeding disorders.Go to our Brotherhood page to check it out.


The Maureen Cook Scholarship page will explain how and when to apply.


"BDAST Emergency and Financial Aid Program  

is temporarily suspended until further notice."

We apologize for any inconvenience.

Plasma Donating


In Loving Honor to Chad Blair from Anonymous

In Loving Honor to Alan Hertel from United Way Staff of BC In Loving Memory of Bob Payne from Payne Family

In Loving Honor to Jon Davis from Anonymous

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In Loving Memory of Ryan White from Anonymous

Do you have a special someone affected with a bleeding disorder in your life? Donate $100.00 or more and have a brick placed In Honor of/Memory to…While contributing to a super cause

In Loving Memory of Joe Hallock from LIST>>>

Steve Long

Lori Long

John Stott/ Joanne Clark

National Grid of Saranac Lake

Potsdam Forestry Group/Catherine Cortese

Watertown Area Line and Family of Joan Dziekan

Frank & Skellington Families

Teri & Ed Niedzieiski

Barbara Luberto

Eastern Division Forestry

Craig and Tammy Allen

Ron and Kathy Poulin

In Loving Memory of Aaron R. Ingalls    from LIST>>>

The Ingalls Family

Micki,Greg,Michael & Willy Kelly

Carlyle and Pauline Greenman

Hemophilia Treatment Centers

“Living with a chronic condition, like a bleeding disorder, can often mean yearly visits to a Hemophilia Treatment Center, frequent visits to doctor’s offices, and hospitals. Becoming a good self-advocate and developing good communication skills with providers can lead to better health outcomes.”- FHA