Are you looking to increase attendance at your annual epilepsy fundraising event? Or do you want to get the word out about a support group that is making a difference? Maybe you want to let people know about registration for an epilepsy camp. Don’t forget to add your event to the free Living Well With Epilepsy event calendar.
Here are a few of the organizations that are taking advantage of the free epilepsy event calendar on Living Well With Epilepsy.
28th Annual Chocolate Ball
February 8, 2014
5:30 pm to Midnight
Rochester Riverside Convention Center
The Chocolate Ball is Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc.’s premier fundraiser for programs. Funds raised at the 28th Annual Chocolate Ball will go to support our education efforts regarding epilepsy and seizure first aid, our short-term counseling program for newly diagnosed individuals, support groups for adults & families, Camp EAGR & Camp COAST, our residential summer camps for kids and young adults with epilepsy. Visit http://www.epiny.org/events-chocball.html for more info.
Strike Out Epilepsy
March 2, 2014
Check in at 12: NOON and Bowl from: 12:15PM to 2:30PM
Enjoy hours of bowling and help people with Epilepsy, their family members and friends living with Epilepsy. Visit http://www.ct-ea.org/events.html for more info.
National Walk for Epilepsy
March 22, 2014
12:00 am – 9:00 pm
Washington Monument Grounds
Meet up with people living with epilepsy from all over the country. Visit http://epilepsyfoundation.org for more info.
May 18, 2014
The 8.7km route will take you through the beautiful grounds of Loseley House, built in the reign of Elizabeth I. The course winds up onto the North Downs, where you will be able to take in some of the most spectacular views the Surrey Hill. Visit http://youngepilepsy.org.uk for more info.
Add Your Epilepsy Event
To add your event, use the submission form at: https://livingwellwithepilepsy.com/events/submit-your-event
Know of an event that’s missing? Comment below and include the link to the organization.
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