Our 4th Annual Bleeding Disorders Awareness Day at the Capitol actually begins with a 5:00 PM dinner and training the night before on Sunday February 18th at the Grand Hotel in Salem.  Here participants will learn about current legislative issues and build confidence in their ability to tell their own stories to their legislators the following day.  While this dinner and training are optional, we highly encourage everyone to attend. If you come for the dinner and training, and live more than 30 minutes away, HFO will pay for an overnight stay in the Grand Hotel on Sunday evening so you wake up fresh and ready to go straight to the Capitol the next day.  Registration for the dinner and training, and overnight at the Grand Hotel is required by January 19th.   Registration for the day at the capitol including appointments with your elected officials is required by February 2nd.   Registration for the day at the capitol without appointments with your elected officials, but including lunch, is required by February 15th.  If you do not register by these dates, but still wish to come to the capitol, please do! We just will not be able to assure appointments or lunch if you don't meet the deadlines.  We still would love to see you.

Register here: https://or2018dayatthecapitol.eventbrite.com

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The Hemophilia Foundation of Oregon enhances the quality of life for individuals with bleeding disorders and their families through advocacy, assistance, outreach, education and research support.

Advocacy internship Opportunity.
Imagine the opportunity to gain excellent experience in policy and government relations, make connections that may last a lifetime, and list a quality internship with a national nonprofit on your resume. Stop imagining and apply for HFA’s Summer 2018 Policy and Government Relations Internship in Washington, D.C. Interns live in D.C. for 10 weeks from May to August to work on projects related to policy and advocacy, attend congressional hearings and meetings on Capitol Hill, and much more! The internship is open to college students 21 and over or recent college graduates from the bleeding disorders community with a demonstrated interest in policy, government relations, and/or advocacy. More information and application instructions are available. Apply now and share this opportunity with your friends in the community!

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