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Find Your Why on B Day

Find Your Why for World Hepatitis Day

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Will you join us on World Hepatitis Day, July 28, by asking yourself an important question:  “Why should I give to The Hepatitis B Foundation?”

Please donate here once you've found your why! 

Here are some examples of reasons why to give:

  • The nearly 300 million people living with hepatitis B today
  • A person you love who has the disease
  • Fighting the stigma against those with hepatitis B
  • Finding a cure
  • Supporting life-changing research
  • Finding improved treatment options for those living with hepatitis B

Some of our organization's dearest friends had this to say about their personal Why:

Catharine Williams, a member of our Board of Directors, says: “Hepatitis B should not derail anyone’s life. The Hep B Foundation and the Blumberg Institute are changing the outcomes for people living with the disease. They are the change agents for this disease.”

Alan Brownstein, one of our most-valued advisors, says: “I support the Hepatitis B Foundation and the Baruch S. Blumberg Institute because I have seen firsthand how hepatitis B has affected people I love. The amazing work being done at HBF and the Blumberg Institute is leading the way towards curing hepatitis B and meeting the needs of millions living with hepatitis B.”

Jane Blumberg, a greatly valued Foundation supporter and daughter of the late Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg, says: "I support the Blumberg Institute and Hepatitis B Foundation to continue my father’s work and to build on the amazing legacy that Joan and Tim Block have created. All of us together will beat hepatitis B and eradicate it –- finally and for good."

Please Find Your Why and donate today!

Click here to donate now. Or contact Jean Holmes:, 215-489-4946.

Or mail your check to Hepatitis B Foundation, 3805 Old Easton Road, Doylestown, PA 18902

Our goal is to welcome 30 new donors to help fund the life-changing work that is made possible at the Hepatitis B Foundation and Blumberg Institute.

Please give from the heart to save someone else’s liver. Thank you!