IN OUR FIGHT
Finny, Age 5
Finny struggles with seizures but his parents and sisters have joined him in his fight.
Our Walk event committee is busy making plans for the next event on March 6, 2022. Stay tuned for exciting details!
The Walk is a fun-filled community event – with a serious cause – that gives everyone an opportunity to share their story of epilepsy, learn more about epilepsy, and connect with others affected by epilepsy — all while raising funds.
Everyone is needed in this fight. By walking and sharing, you inspire others to do the same. As our numbers grow, even more people will take notice so we can raise even more funding for epilepsy care and research.
March 6, 2022. Stay tuned for more details about the event!
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The ultimate goal of the Care+Cure Institute is no child diagnosed with epilepsy. Until we achieve that dream we strive to ensure that all children with epilepsy can get timely access to specialty care and their families can have greater hopes for cures. Our successes thus far that we will expand upon:
LA CARE+CURE BENEFIT GALA
Join us for the 15th Annual Care & Cure Benefit on October 14, 2021.
Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 6 pm
Location: Paramount Pictures Studio, 5555 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood CA [livestream option available]
Created and championed by two Dads – Mark Borman and Andrew Gumpert, the Los Angeles Care+Cure Benefit Gala’s have raised over $10 million dollars in 15 years. While we are advancing and reducing wait times for children to see a pediatric epilepsy specialist locally, we also know there is an urgent need to train more pediatric epilepsy specialists and researchers in other cities. We are committed to expanding the Care+Cure Initiative and making progress against this goal wherever there is a need.
Contact: Care and Cure Team
Epilepsy Foundation Kids Crew is a program for kids ages 14 and under of all abilities, with three areas in mind:
1. Creating epilepsy awareness to help educate family, friends, and your community.
2. Sharing your stories so that others can learn from your experiences.
3. Participating in Lemonade for Livy, the Purple Pumpkin Project, and local walks.
Kids are some of the best advocates, make a difference, and can make a tremendous impact on the community with their experience.
No money? No problem.
Donate goods to help END EPILEPSY.
Savers Thrift Stores have partnered with the Epilepsy Foundation to help turn gently-used clothing and household goods into money for research, programs and awareness. The Epilepsy Foundation receives funding from your donations for local programs and services.
Does your team or club need money for new uniforms or supplies? Does your church or your child’s school raise money every year? Is there a scholarship program that needs more funding? If so, the Donation Drive Fundraiser program might be the perfect solution! The program is designed so nonprofit organizations can raise funds for their own needs while supporting the Epilepsy Foundation at the same time! We’ll provide you will all of the necessary tools to make it a success!
Here’s how it works:
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We rely on amazing volunteers like yourself to help us in the fight to END EPILEPSY!
We are looking for volunteers to help us in everything from working in the office to working at our community events. If you are interested in getting involved please apply here to volunteer.
For any questions or to find out more information about volunteering with EFGLA, please email us at VolunteerGLA@endepilepsy.org
We founded and lead Epilepsy California along with the other Epilepsy Foundations in California. Epilepsy California is the voice for people with epilepsy in our state. Please sign-up as an advocate so your voice is heard and your voice makes a difference for hundreds of others with epilepsy.
For more information about Epilepsy California
Email Rebekkah Halliwell.