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2014 Trot to Clot Walk and Runs

Trot to Clot logo 120 pxResults for the 5k and 8k run on Saturday, April 19 at Stone Mountain Park Trot to Clot:  
5K results
                    8K results  
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Help HoG raise $75,000 to support Camp Wannaklot by participating in a Trot to Clot Walk and Run event this spring. Sign up today as a walker, runner, or team. Or join us as a spectator or volunteer. For details on sponsorship opportunities please call Kirstin Downie at 770-518-8272 or kmdownie@hog.org.




Save the Dates! Join us at the 2014 Trot to Clot Walk and Runs:


  • Saturday, May 31 5k/8k Walk and Run at Savannah Rapids Park in Augusta. (Sign up today at Active.com)
  • Saturday, June 7 5k Walk and Run at Coolray Field in Lawrenceville. (Sign up today at Active.com). Walk and run participants at this walk location will receive a free Gwinnett Braves game ticket to attend and celebrate Hemophilia of Georgia Day at Coolray Field on Sunday, June 8.  Stay tuned to Facebook for information on this event.



What's New at HoG

Meet Diego: A Children’s Miracle Network Star

Diego, an active 5-year-old boy with hemophilia, was nominated by his HoG Outreach Nurse, Danny Moore, to represent the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in Georgia. The treatment he receives allows him to have an active, happy childhood. Watch his inspiring story.


AmazonSmile Foundation

Now when you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate a portion of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Please use the link below to choose Hemophilia of Georgia and help support our mission  It's the same Amazon you know with the same products, the same prices and the same service.



Auditors Give HoG High Marks

*According to the audited financial statements for the year ending June 30, 2013, that were recently issued by Williams Benator & Libby, 97% of Hemophilia of Georgia's total expenses were for program expenses*. That means that the majority of our revenue goes towards programs and services that provide support for people who have hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease and other inherited bleeding disorders.





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