Our Story Will Be Remembered


On September 16, 2017, a new memorial will be dedicated that will honor the lives lost to HIV/AIDS in the hemophilia community. Spearheaded by Jeanne White-Ginder, mother of Ryan White, and supported by the National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF); Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA); the Committee of Ten Thousand (COTT) and the National AIDS Memorial Grove, this will be the first permanent memorial erected to tragedy wrought on the hemophilia community by HIV/AIDS.

This memorial will finally give the hemophilia community a place:

  • where its grief can find its solace and a home;
  • where family members can come to remember their loved ones;
  • and most importantly, where visitors from across the US and around the world can learn about the devastation faced by the hemophilia community.

The Hemophilia Memorial, located within the Moonlight Crescent at the National AIDS Memorial Grove, is an outdoor space of reflection nestled in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.

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The hemophilia community can ensure their loved ones are never forgotten by engraving a name into the flagstone within the crescent. Honor your loved one by having their name become a permanent piece of this memorial.

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We are committed to raising $50,000 to ensure this story will never be forgotten.

Generously Supported By:

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