One of the best memories at the WFH 2016 World Congress Resource Centre came in the form of Ekawat Suwantaroj, a talented, smiling member of the bleeding disorders community from Bangkok, Thailand. Ekawat lives with severe hemophilia A, but he never lets it stop him from bringing smiles to people’s faces with his talent. He began drawing caricatures two decades ago and first shared his talents with the WFH community at the WFH Hemophilia 2004 World Congress, returning this year to draw in exchange for a donation to the WFH Humanitarian Aid Program. He raised $600 through his efforts in a just a few hours and delighted many delegates with a new version of their best self.
Our community gives back in many ways, some devote time through volunteering, some give of their talents while others provide financial support. We are thrilled that Ekawat gave his time and talent to help us raise money for the WFH Humanitarian Aid Program.