MAR 22-23, 2022

Lansing Days

To participate in this event, you will be required to provide proof of full
COVID-19 vaccination. Masking will be required.

Read HFM’s full COVID policy HERE.

HFM is excited to host our legislative advocacy event, Lansing Days, in-person on Tuesday, March 22 and Wednesday, March 23, 2022. We hope you will join us in raising awareness of the bleeding disorders community and sharing the unique needs of our community.

HFM will provide a dinner and legislative training on Tuesday evening at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in East Lansing. The Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center requires the use of masks indoors and will provide space to allow for social distancing within meeting rooms.

On Wednesday, participants will be put into groups to meet with their elected representatives to discuss the needs of the bleeding disorders community. Please be aware that the representatives and senators you meet with may not be wearing masks. The use of face masks is highly recommended at the capitol but are not required for visitors and/or staff. HFM is asking all offices to wear masks during our scheduled meetings, however we cannot guarantee they will.  

As a HFM sponsored event, we will require all HFM participants to wear masks in all public facilities regardless of whether legislators or aides are wearing masks.

  • This event is free of cost.
  • We invite members of the Michigan bleeding disorders community to apply to attend HFM Lansing Days. Please note: applicants (including children) will be required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and comply with masking policy. See COVID policy for detailed explanation of vaccine requirement.
  • Applications close February 28, 2022.


Considering the COVID pandemic, and to promote the safety of all involved, HFM will be limiting attendance to a maximum of 50 community members. HFM will also be limiting the number of attendees per state district to widen our outreach to a larger number of state representatives and senators across the state.

If you are interested in joining us, please apply as soon as possible. Participants in each district will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.  

Please be aware that there is a possibility that Lansing Days may be rescheduled. If any changes occur, HFM will reach out to all participants directly.


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