February 27, 2024

HFM Ruby Connection: Driving Impact: Unveiling Michigan’s Bleeding Disorders Advocacy Landscape

Join HFM’s women’s group, the Ruby Connection, at 7-8pm on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Adult women in the bleeding disorders community come together for online social experiences that include an educational speaker or activity and connection with other women in the community. The group is open to women affected with a bleeding disorder or involved in the bleeding disorder community. 

TOPICDriving Impact: Unveiling Michigan’s Bleeding Disorders Advocacy Landscape

Join our Government Relations and Communications Manager, Zach Ryan, for an insightful virtual session delving into Michigan’s bleeding disorders advocacy. Discover actionable steps residents can take to educate legislators and address community challenges. Unveil the inner workings of state government and learn how individual voices can drive tangible change. Learn how to be part of HFM’s March 2024 Lansing Days at the Capitol—join us to share your stories and have an impact on  decisions that shape our community. Don’t miss this chance to empower yourself and make a meaningful difference in Michigan’s bleeding disorders advocacy efforts.

Michigan families are eligible to receive a meal reimbursement and/or shipped supplies for virtual activities! While we are only able to offer this particular perk to Michigan residents, we do hope that EVERYONE feels welcome to join our virtual programs to receive education and connection. Please join us!


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