By: Amanda Pitts

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JOHNSTON, R.I. (WLNE) -- A new corn maze in Johnston is helping to raise awareness about blood disorders.

Salisbury Farm unveiled the maze Saturday, announcing it will be donating a part of the proceeds to the New England Hemophilia Association.

"Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders are often times not talked about, and for an awareness campaign to happen like this it's so important because it helps to raise awareness to the general public about what a bleeding disorder is, but it also helps our community to know that they're not forgotten about," said Richard Pezzillo, Executive Director of NEHA.

The farm that opened in 1840 started doing mazes 21 years ago. They've done three mazes to support non-profits starting with Boston Strong, a cancer organization, and now NEHA.

This is the first-ever cornfield maze dedicated to the bleeding disorders community.

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