Hemophilia Outreach of El Paso is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization funded by Lou Ann Fetters in 1993, a hemophiliac’s mother.
Hemophilia Outreach Of El Paso is recognized as a legal distinction nonprofit and tax-exempt organization. We have incomes by donations from various organizations, corporate sponsors,and fundraising efforts, but it is not accumulating money for the benefit of its owners. The money donated is used for the benefit of their bleeding disorder community. This can mean providing or offering educational opportunities and community services established in their nonprofit laws.
Hemophilia Outreach Of El Paso serves for several purposes, providing educational guidance and organized events focus to a select group of people with a bleeding with hemophilia and Von Willebrand in El Paso County and surrounding areas . Provide to their children between the ages of 7- 17 and their siblings a summer camp witch objective is to educate independent children, run for specialized people that help us to make a difference in their life and transition to being adults.
To offer support to persons and their families who are affected by Hemophilia, Von Willebrand, and other genetic blood disorders. To generate participation so that treatment becomes more effective, there is an improved quality of life and an increased personal and social involvement within the community, by obtaining and sharing information about these blood disorders.
To ensure that each member of our group may equally obtain information, support, education, kindness, respect, and courtesy Accordingly, each new family that joins us will be received with a warm welcome, regardless of economic status, religion, gender, personal beliefs, nationality, or race.
To obtain and make available to our members the most up to date information about hemophilia, Von Willebrand, and other genetic blood Disorders. This includes treatment options, specialty care, health and fitness, and educational activities.