Donation Information

Donor Information

If you’d like to make a credit card donation, please feel free to contact Gwyn Hulswit, HFM’s Associate Director at 734-544-0015. Or, if you’d prefer to make an offline donation, you may send a check to the following address:

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan
Attention: Gwyn Hulswit
1921 W Michigan Avenue
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Thank you for your generous donation. Your gift truly makes a difference.

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Camp Bold Eagle

Camp Bold Eagle

Ages 6-17

Eagle Expedition

Eagle Expedition

Ages 16+

Eagle Quest

Eagle Quest

Age 18+

Old Beagle

Old Beagle

Weekend retreat for former campers and staff of Camp Bold Eagle

Eagle Outpost

Eagle Outpost

Age 14-15

CIT Program

CIT Program

Ages 16-17

Spirit of the Bold Eagle

 

ANTHONY SAWYER, MD, Previous counselor and medical student at Camp Bold Eagle

“Camp Bold Eagle is a special place where kids and adults alike feel empowered… campers and counselors alike supported each other in an environment that cultivated creativity, collaboration, and a whole lot of fun. Camp Bold Eagle is indeed a place where people feel safe, but not because they are sheltered and protected from any semblance of harm. Instead, they feel safe because they are with their CBE family, and it was a family in the truest sense of the word.”

 

PAT TOMLINSON, NP, Previous counselor at Camp Bold Eagle

“Working at camp has cemented my love for working with children, which has led me to my current career working as a nurse practitioner in a pediatric emergency department. It has also provided the unique opportunity to work with other people who are living with bleeding disorders and learn from them. Camp is where I met some of my closest friends, as well as where I met the love of my life.  Camp will always hold a special place in my heart; I owe the best parts of my life to camp.”

 

AOI NISHIYAMA, Age 11, Session 2 Camper 2017

“Camp made me feel happy and comfortable being around people that know I have hemophilia and didn’t treat me differently. I was really nervous making new friends but there were a lot of friendly people. It was a fun place. I met a lot of people with bleeding disorders, knowing that there are a lot people like made me really comfortable. Since I made a lot of best friends at camp we traded email addresses and call each other.”