Our Mission & Vision
Checkout GTF volunteers radio interviews and publications news on - News Room
Know more about GTF projects and archives at GTF Projects
GTF Volunteers worked with the city of Buford on a Proclamation of thrombosis
Learn more about becoming GTF partner & help your community - "Become a Partner"
Presentations at the Rotary Club, Braselton were made by 3 of GTF young members: Rithik Raina, Rohil Badkundri and Vishnu Venkitasubramony. Check out the Video and Q&A session
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Publications of articles, blogs , write up on research and findings on Thrombosis is helping spread awareness. GTF volunteers have published articles in eThrombosis and many external websites and magazines.
Know Thrombosis, Know the Risks, Know the Signs and Symptoms. Read More
YOUTH VOLUNTEER PUBLISHED A VIDEO ON VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM (VTE)-Vaishnavi Bavdekar, Junior from Alpharetta High school talks about VTE and Risk factors.
Take a PLEDGE to learn and educate othes about Thrombosis
Global Thrombosis Forum is spreading awareness about Thrombosis through various projects, conducting booths at schools, community events, publications, research projects, and corporate presentations.
YOUTH VOLUNTEER created Compression Stockings video. Vishnu Venkitasubramony Sophmore from Northview High School talks about how Compression Stocking can help prevent blood clot.
Our mission is to spread the awareness of thrombosis, network with various groups involved in thrombosis, arrange publications in various media involving our efforts in the community, and allow the youth volunteers to organize, plan, and handle all the activities.
Reach Out Work with members in your community & make a difference
Become a partner to create Thrombosis awareness
Making a Difference
GTF is very proud to announce that it has been approved as a Certifying Organization with The Presidential Volunteer Service Award and is now able to offer our volunteers the opportunity to be awarded the PVSA.
The President’s Volunteer Service Award recognizes United States citizens and lawfully admitted, permanent residents of the United States who have achieved the required number of hours of service over a 12-month calendar year.
You may click the link below to submit your NON-GTF Volunteer hours-2021 by December 1st to certify your 2021 PVSA Award.
The awards are offered in multiple levels and are designed to recognize each milestone of your service achievement.
Hours Required to Earn Awards in Each Age Group
Teens (11–15) Young Adults (16–25)
Bronze 50–74 hours 100–174 hours
Silver 75–99 hours 175–249 hours
Gold 100+ hours 250+ hours Type
For more than 7 years, Global Thrombosis Forum(GTF) has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for creating awareness of Thrombosis. Find out how you can learn about Thrombosis and spread awareness in your community.Read More