Hiking To Benefit The Hemophilia Association

The Hemophilia Association of the Southern Tier known as BDAST Inc. is hoping to raise awareness about Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders in the upcoming Hemophilia Hike to Help. BDAST is inviting the communities in the Southern Tier and Central New York to join and create a team and Hike!

There will be a bounce house for the kids, face painting, and clown making balloon figures after the Hike. Also a catered lunch by Limp Lizard of Syracuse. Reserve a camping site early at Green Lakes State Park, make it fun weekend for the entire family.

BDAST board, families,and friends, will come together to support the 1st annual BDAST Hike To Help, which begins Sunday July 23 2017 at 9:00am at Green Lakes State Park in Fayetteville NY. Registration begins at 9:00am the Hike starts at 10:00am.

The BDAST board is hoping many people come together for this fund raising Hike; learn what Bleeding Disorders are, and how people with a bleeding disorder are affected. Go to our web site www.bdast.org/hike to sign up, and sign your team or join a team. Our goal for this year, being our first year is $50,000.00.

BDAST is a 501C3 support group Organization for people with Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders and their families. We provide family networking, advocacy, education, financial assistance to approximately 300 or more people/families from the Southern Tier, Binghamton NY to Central/Northern NY Watertown, Water loo NY to Oneida NY, 22 counties altogether.

For More Information, please contact: Brian Payne Executive Director at Brian@BDAST.org or January Pratt at January@BDAST.org or go to our web site www.bdast.org, and go to the Hike Section

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