Events

 

Welcome to the HoG.org events page.  Please check back often for information on upcoming events and registration details.

 

Upcoming Events

2017 Trot to Clot - Augusta

Saturday, May 13th, 2017, 9 a.m.

The Trot to Clot Walk and Runs are fun, family-centered events that raise money for Camp Wannaklot, the only camp in Georgia that provides children who have hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders the opportunity to enjoy a traditional camp experience. During this fun-filled week, campers make new friends, learn about their bleeding disorders, and share new experiences. In the Camp Wannaklot Video campers explain what makes Camp Wannaklot so great.

Find Out More
For more information about Hemophilia of Georgia’s Trot to Clot, please contact Paula Fine, Community Engagement Coordinator, at 770 518-8272 or prfine@hog.org.



Recent Events

Southeast Region Technical Assistance and Training Meeting

The 2016 Southeast Region Technical Assistance and Training Meeting for providers will be held May 15-17 in Florida. This event is by invitation only.

Fall Family Camp

Families in the Georgia bleeding disorder community spend a weekend at Camp Twin Lakes participating in educational sessions and traditional camp activities. Volunteers assist throughout the weekend and are needed to make the event a success. Please contact Kim Williams at 770-518-8272 if you would like to volunteer.

Camp Wannaklot

Camp Wannaklot, a week-long residential summer camp, is the only camp in Georgia that provides children who have hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders the opportunity to enjoy a traditional camp experience. Camp Wannaklot depends on the dedicated efforts of more than 100 volunteers. Find out more about becoming a Camp Wannaklot volunteer.

Teen Retreat

Teens spend the Martin Luther King Day weekend participating in fun and educational events and completing a community service project. Volunteers are needed to make this event possible. Please contact Kim Williams at 770-518-8272 to volunteer.