Our Mission

Our mission is to lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

About the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana

The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana was created in 2006 to offer education, advocacy and support for all Hoosiers affected by epilepsy. Programs include FREE Seizure Recognition & First Aid trainings, youth & family programs, support groups, a family weekend camp at Center for Courageous Kids, and an anual Indiana Epilepsy Expo. In addition, the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana has several Community Action Network groups across Indiana - engaging and empowering volunteers to raise awareness and help move our mission forward. Our fundraising events are also designed to raise awareness and educate the public about epilepsy. Annual events include a Gala and the Indiana Epilepsy Walk.

Check out these NEW events & programs at the Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana!

  • Epilepsy Foundation Youth Leadership Council
    The Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana is starting a new Youth Leadership Council for individuals from 15 to 22 years old that want to have an impact in the epilepsy community. Complete the Youth Leadership Council form.

  • A Front Row Seat to an End to Epilepsy: Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana Gala - May 4, 2018
    This year's Epilepsy Foundation of Indiana Gala will be at the Willows on Westwood. Mark your calendars for the fundraising event that will be full of fun and great auction items that will help EF IN provide free programs for people in Indiana impacted by epilepsy! Get your Gala tickets today!

  • Indiana Epilepsy Walk Update - September 15, 208
    Join us for the Walk to End Epilepsy on Saturday, September 15 at Southeastway Park! Registration opening soon. If you have wanted to get involved in fighting epilepsy and supporting individuals and families - email rkeys@efa.org.

Click here to learn more about these events and programs!

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