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Lily’s Luau supports epilepsy research

lilysfundAs I write this post the weather in Madison, Wisconsin is 1°F. Meanwhile volunteers are warming up (sorry, couldn’t resist) for the 7th annual Lily’s Fund Luau.

Lily’s Fund was established in 2007 at the University of Wisconsin Foundation through a gift from the Giroux family, in honor of their daughter, Lily. It began as an annual award given to a faculty or staff member whose work on epilepsy research was especially noteworthy. Each year the group puts on a fundraiser to support epilepsy research.

Lily’s Luau

On January 24, 2015, Varsity Hall at Union South will be transformed into a fabulous hawaiian luau with music, dancing and fun. The event will benefit epilepsy research through grants awarded by Lily’s Fund.

Watch the Lily’s Fund volunteers transform Varsity Hall:

Video provided courtesy of Lily’s Fund

Event Details

When: Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 6:30 pm

WhereUnion South • Varsity Hall • 1308 West Dayton St.

RSVPOnline by Jan. 9 for early bird discount. Click here to register!

ParkingFree at UW-Madison Lot 17, Engineering Ramp

Bring: Your smartphone for mobile bidding!

Overnight accommodations: Discounted rooms available at Union South. Book online using group code “LUAU15

REGISTER HERE

Your evening:

  • 6:30pm Music, Food, Cash Bar and Auctions (Don’t forget your smartphone for mobile bidding!)
  • 7:30pm Brief program
  • 9:30pm Raffle drawing, DANCING, and fun!

Why participate?

Video provided courtesy of Lily’s Fund

Lily’s Fund for Epilepsy Research has grown tremendously since its early days. Volunteers, donors, businesses…all have rallied around the cause and the need to support funding for more research. If you haven’t already, register before January 9 and join the fun.