The team secure £25,000 to empower young haemophiliacs to "move more, be more"
Approximately 3,000 young people are thought to suffer from haemophilia in the UK. And yet, awareness of the impact of the condition, and what can be done to improve day to day living, is still very low.
This awards aims to remove the stigma surrounding blood disorders and misconceptions about the barriers they form for young people, right through from early years to the transition to adulthood.
Wil said "this award will help to increase awareness of blood disorders and support families and young people to participate in sports, young haemophiliacs need to know that Little Bleeders is there for them and that they understand the valuable services they provide so I'm really pleased we could secure this grant"