The Give 26 2021 campaign has been sponsored by Zogenix.
It’s a NEW year and time to update your Give 26 magnet and try out the new “Resting Warrior Face” Give 26 face mask.* With your help, the Epilepsy Foundation continues on its mission in the fight against epilepsy and the many challenges of living with seizures.
26 people living in the United States will develop epilepsy during their lifetime. In fact, you probably know someone who has epilepsy today. If not, you know someone who will develop it in the future. It might be your daughter, your father, your grandchild, your best friend. It might even be you. Epilepsy can affect anyone with a brain and seizures can strike at any time, without warning or reason.
We think 1 in 26 is a big number. But you know what's not a big number?
Join our Give 26 movement by making a small donation of just $26 and displaying your Give 26 magnet on your car, at work or at home or wear your “Resting Warrior Face” Give 26 face mask* to let everyone know you're in this fight with us. Let everyone know that you're fighting to raise awareness of epilepsy, support people with epilepsy and provide the critical funds to fight this devastating disease.
- 10 people giving $26 funds the 24/7 Epilepsy Helpline for a day
- 100 people giving $26 funds bereavement services after SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy)
- 1000 people giving $26 funds a Seizure Safe Summer Camp for kids living with epilepsy
- 100,000 people giving $26 funds making 26,000 classrooms Seizure Safe
- 1,000,000 people giving $26 funds bringing a cure for epilepsy to market
* Magnets and Face Masks will ship at the end of each month
Face masks are designed for non-medical settings and are machine washable and reusable, and perfect for work or personal use. Please understand that our face masks are not a replacement for medical grade Personal Protective Equipment, and in circumstances where medical grade Personal Protective Equipment is recommended, you should consult a health care professional. The decision to use this mask is solely your own.
Please remember that use of face masks is not intended to replace other recommended measures to stop the community spread of COVID-19, such as social distancing, washing your hands and refraining from touching your face. Follow the latest advice of the CDC and your own health care professionals as to how best to keep yourself safe.
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