Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina relies greatly on its volunteers who are the strength of our success. For over 48 years, the organization had been primarily sustained by its strong community of members and volunteers. BDASC is grateful to the years of devotion and dedicated services of its volunteer board members, community members, and individuals from many different walks of life who generously devoted their time, energy, and talents to BDASC. It is through the tireless efforts of its volunteers that the Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina has served its members throughout the years in education, support, programming, and advocacy.
Named after the retirement of 40 years of service to the organization provided by the Chapter’s founding fathers, Vic and Roberta Fisher.
The Fisher Award is given out each year to recognize the accomplishments and volunteer attributes of the recipients of the award. Their name is etched in a plaque that hangs in the Chapter’s office proudly displayed for all to admire.
If you would like to volunteer and are not sure what you can do, what is needed, or how exactly your talents, available time, and interest can assist, give the Chapter a call. We will be happy to help find a home for your volunteering assistance. The South Carolina bleeding disorder community has enjoyed the tireless efforts throughout the years from its members believing in the mission and cause for which the organization exists.
There are many ways you can help in support of our fundraiser, services, education, and outreach. If you would like to serve on our board, please download a board member application on the Board of Director’s page on our website.
If you are interested in learning more about volunteering for Bleeding Disorders Association of South Carolina, please contact Sue Martin, Executive Director at Sue.firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-350-9941. Thank you!