Federal Advocacy

Each March, advocates from across the country join the National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF) for its annual Washington Days. This event allows you to share your story with your elected officials and their staff while also asking for them to support federal policies that are important to our community.

The New England Bleeding Disorders Advocacy Coalition (NEBDAC) provides travel scholarships to allow one family from each of the six New England states to attend this event. Learn more about Washington Days here.

Ways To Get Involved With Federal Advocacy

Who are my Congressman/woman and U.S. Senators?

Click here and enter your address to find out who your elected officials are.

Where can I go to learn more about what’s happening on a national level?

Click here to visit the advocacy website of the National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF), formerly the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF).

Click here to visit the advocacy website for the Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA).

How can I get involved with federal advocacy efforts?

To learn more about our advocacy efforts and to see how you can get involved, email Joe Zamboni, NEBDAC’s Advocacy Coordination, at [email protected].

How can I get the latest advocacy news emailed to me?

To receive our advocacy newsletter in your inbox each month, please email Brandon Greene, NEHA’s Marketing and Communications Manager, at [email protected].