This year, it is our honour to bestow the 2022 International Frank Schnabel Volunteer Award on Bradley Rayner. This award is named in honour of WFH founder Frank Schnabel. It is given to an individual with hemophilia, an inherited bleeding disorder, or to a family member, who has contributed significantly to furthering the mission and goals of the WFH.
Bradley Rayner has been instrumental in improving the treatment and care for people living with bleeding disorders in South Africa and abroad. He’s worked closely with WFH Regional Managers as an expert volunteer, participating in workshops as a trainer. He has also advised various national member organizations (NMOs) on capacity-building, and the development of strategic plans and advocacy initiatives.
Rayner’s belief in our vision of Treatment for All shines through his more than 20 years of work supporting and improving the lives of those living with an inherited bleeding disorder. His achievements have been nothing short of inspirational.
To learn more about Bradley Rayner’s remarkable achievements and his impact on the lives of people living with bleeding disorders, have a look at the WFH Volunteer Award page, here.