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Living Well With Epilepsy joins #GivingTuesday

Living Well With Epilepsy is joining the national movement of #GivingTuesday to raise epilepsy awareness during the holiday season. Throughout November, Epilepsy Awareness Month, you voted on six (6) new epilepsy awareness programs to let us know which would have the greatest impact. At Living Well With Epilepsy, we have tons of ideas of how to increase epilepsy awareness, but we want to spend our time on projects that will really make a difference to you.

The Winner By A Mile

A whopping 55% of you asked for Living Well With Epilepsy to publish and distribute epilepsy awareness materials for schools. This will be no easy task, but it will clearly be worth it! You are welcome to view the full results of the poll.

Make it a Reality

You now can make the program a reality. When you donate to Living Well With Epilepsy you can now select to give directly toward the creation of a new epilepsy awareness program which will publish and distribute epilepsy awareness materials for schools. Just check the box that says “I would like to designate this donation to a specific fund” and you can choose to give toward the creation of epilepsy awareness materials for schools. If you would like to give a general gift toward Living Well With Epilepsy, just don’t check the “designate” box.


Ways To Participate

1) Donate at www.livingwellwithepilepsy.com/donate
2) Spread the word through social media by:

– Pinning the image above

– Tweeting “Support Epilepsy Awareness on #GivingTuesday December 2nd”

– Sharing this post on Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr or your favorite platform.

– Telling your friends in your favorite Facebook group

Thank you

Living Well With Epilepsy would not be possible without you. Thank you for helping us raise epilepsy awareness throughout the holiday season.

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