Unite for Bleeding Disorders Walk

TEAM FRENZY WEEK: An energizing opportunity developed to enable and empower Team Captains to push themselves and their teams further in their fundraising throughout August 8-12. Get involved with this interactive challenge for the Team Captains to engage their team members, families, and personal network to spread awareness and raise funds to support the bleeding disorder community.

Use the hashtag #COUNITEWALK

Tag Colorado Chapter, NHF on social media


Join us on Saturday, August 13th at Sloan’s Lake Park for a walk around the lake and festivities! Whether you feel comfortable gathering in person or prefer to walk in your own neighborhood, there will be opportunities for ALL to be involved! Click on the registration link above to see the in-person and virtual possibilities!

The Colorado Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation is the sole organization that supports bleeding disorder patients and their families in Colorado. Funds raised from the 13th Annual Walk go directly to support and sustain valuable programs and services such as our Women's Retreat, Teen Events, and the Mile High Camp, our week-long summer camp program for bleeding disorder patients and their siblings - cost-free.  

As the State of Colorado starts to regain a sense of normalcy, the Colorado Chapter would like to remind all community members of the safety protocols we have as we return to in-person events. Please visit our COVID-19 Resource Page for details.

Team Captains don't forget to have EVERY member of your team register! Each member of your team must be registered and must show at least $25 raised in the system to qualify for a shirt!


8:00-8:30AM     Registration opens.  Participants gather in exhibit area. Gather course marshals and water station volunteers.

8:30-9:00AM:    Registration continues. Participants interact in exhibit area.  Snacks provided and key announcements and acknowledgements made from DJ station.

9:00AM               Pinwheel ceremony begins, awards and recognition. 

9:15AM               Participants sent to starting line and commence on signal.  As soon as participants clear the start, take down start banner and hang up finish banner.

9:45-10:30AM   Participants complete the walk.  Gather back at exhibit area for food, music, awards and more vendor interaction. 

Location for 2022!!!

Once again we will be on the northeast side of Sloan's Lake, also called the North Central Area, near 22nd Street and Stuart Street (same as last year!).   MAP


  • General participant parking is along W. Byron Place between Vrain Street and Stuart Street on the north side of the lake, or street parking in the neighborhood surrounding the walk site. A map and more detailed parking information can be found below.

  • VIP Parking for Elite Grand Champions (see incentives below) is conveniently located at the parking lot at 22nd and Stuart Street. 

Check-in time and FUN 8-9AM

How do you get involved?!

1. Register online or call us at 720.545.0755.
​2. Start a team and invite your support network to register and walk with you on August 13!
3. Walk is an opportunity to share your story. Customize your personal fundraising page.
4. Invite your friends and family to support your Walk by donating online. We have a ton of great resources for you to use in your efforts!
5. Host a team fundraising event and get the whole team involved! (Ideas: silent auction, poker night, garage sale, car wash, talent show) 

Click here to start your walk team today!


We need any and all hands on deck! From setting up route signs to making sure the registration process flows smoothly, we need you! Volunteers are asked to arrive at Sloan's Lake by 7:30AM for a volunteer meeting and will be relieved between 11:30AM and Noon.

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Every Idea. Every Dollar. Every Drop Counts.

UNITE Your Way and turn your passion into a fundraiser. Getting started is easy!

Make Your Hobby Count

Count the cupcakes you sell or the strikes you bowl. You choose the hobby to support individuals with bleeding disorders.

Make Your Celebration Count

Turn your birthday or special occasion into a fundraising for bleeding disorders and make your celebration count.

Make Your Miles Count

Walk, run, bike, scoot - you choose how to make your miles count to find better treatments and cures for bleeding disorders.

How do you fund-raise? 

 *Does your employer offer matching gifts?
*Ask your favorite restaurant to host a proceeds night and apply the donation to your fundraising goal.
*Ask 10 people to donate $10.
*You can collect checks and cash and we can add them to your page for you

Resource Links

13199 E Montview Blvd
STE 200
Aurora, CO 80045

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