Community Dinner: NH Advocacy Get Together

On Wednesday, April 17 at 5:30 PM, New Hampshire families in the bleeding disorders community are coming together for a dinner at The Common Man Restaurant in Concord to discuss our advocacy efforts in the Granite State in the year ahead as New Hampshire lawmakers consider S.B. 354, legislation that would ban copay accumulator adjusters.

  • Dinner will be held at The Common Man Restaurant in Concord and will begin at 5:30 PM.
  • After dinner, we will have an informal conversation about some of the easy and quick, yet effective ways you can make a difference in our advocacy efforts–whether that is by emailing your lawmaker, sharing your story on social media, or something else.
  • Dinner will be provided courtesy of NEHA.

Community Driven Program

  • This is a community driven program being coordinated by NEBDAC State Leaders for New Hampshire: Mary & Scott Fitzpatrick and Susi von Oettingen.
  • Community-driven programs are designed by community members with support from NEHA. The goal of this event is to provide a space where families in New Hampshire can connect with each other and discuss local advocacy efforts for the year ahead in an informal, social setting. Learn more about community-driven programs.



April 17 2024


5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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The Common Man
25 Water St
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