In this video from the Bleeding Disorders Community, Patrick Lynch from Believe Limited explains what the Teen Impact Awards are and how it highlights the great work young people with bleeding disorders are doing in their schools, homes and communities.
The Teen Impact Awards are now in their third year and honor teenagers who live with bleeding disorders like hemophilia but haven’t let their conditions stop them from having a positive impact on the world around them. This year’s Teen Impact Awards will take place on August 24 at the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Annual Symposium in Chicago. The inspiring teens will be presented with their awards and invited to talk about some of the positive things they have done in front of a live audience.
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