There are lots of ways that you can get involved in the work of Haemophilia Scotland and support the inherited bleeding disorders community in Scotland.
Haemophilia Scotland belongs to the inherited bleeding disorders community in Scotland. Our members decide out charitable objectives at AGMs and elect our trustees who set our strategy. Members also have free access to all of our events and services.
All of our trustees are volunteers and work hard to ensure good governance of the charity. Many of our projects and services have been developed in partnership with our members who have come to us with ideas and we often rely on volunteers to help deliver our activities too. Our members’ magazine is edited by a volunteer and many or the articles are written by our members. Similarly, we have a volunteer running our relationship with Disclosures Scotland.
We also fight hard for patients to be represented on a wide variety of bodies and are very grateful to the people who volunteer to give patients and parents a stronger voice. We are also very grateful to everyone who raises money for us though an amazing range of events and challenges. Finally, we are grateful for the hard work of our staff who have vital role in pulling it all together.
Follow the links below to find out more about how you can get more involved in any of these roles.