The Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California is the leading resource for those affected by bleeding disorders in Southern California. We serve 9 counties: Kern, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Inyo. Learn more and get involved today!

Our Mission Statement

Improving the quality of life and building community for those living with inherited bleeding disorders in Southern California

Our history

The Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California has been serving the community since 1954, providing quality programs and services to individuals affected by Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

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Request for Proposal Application

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

To achieve the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California’s (HFSC) mission, we believe that we must be aware, supportive, and inclusive of the unique needs of the community members we serve; striving to learn and deliver programs that are representative of the information and input shared by our diverse community members. We will promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within the communities we serve by encouraging the free and open exchange of ideas between people of diverse backgrounds. Our organizational culture will value all people and foster an environment of respect, openness, integrity, honesty, and accessibility. HFSC’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion will be evident in our organizational structure, operations, policies, procedures, board of directors, staff members, volunteers, organizational goals, and vision. We believe these actions will help us create our foundation of community and belonging, and organizational culture that values, embraces and celebrates diversity, equity, and inclusion; ultimately leading the HFSC to become the premiere chapter within our global bleeding disorders community.

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