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May 2, 2020 - VIRTUAL Walk to END EPILEPSY - Oklahoma CIty

Due to COVID-19, this will be a Virtual walk. Even in times like this, seizures haven't stopped...and neither has the fight to END EPILEPSY. We hope you'll join us in full force for our Virtual Walk to END EPILEPSY - Oklahoma City!

Get details or register here:https://epilepsyfoundation.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=689 

The Walk to END EPILEPSY® is growing in Oklahoma each year and we couldn’t do it without you! These Walks bring the epilepsy community together to show the world the importance of raising much needed funds and awareness about epilepsy.

The money raised from the Walk to END EPILEPSY

  • Helps the Foundation provide services for the nearly 45,000 people living with epilepsy in Oklahoma
  • Provides awareness programs for proper seizure recognition and first aid
  • Support transportation to and from the neurologist and the pharmacy to pick up medications
  • Helps with medication assistance
  • Provides a voice to make sure health care options for people living with seizures remain strong
  • Povides much needed research funding toward better treatment options and ultimately a cure.
We Need Your Help!

Registration Required & Free!

ANY walker with epilepsy will receive a free t-shirt.

Individuals that raise a minimum of $50 or more will receive a walk shirt.

24/7 Epilepsy & Seizure Help Line

en Espanol: 1-866-748-8008

Our Mission

The Epilepsy Foundation of Oklahoma leads the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

In April 2016, the Epilepsy Association of Oklahoma merged with the Epilepsy Foundation creating the Epilepsy Foundation Oklahoma, a chapter of the national Epilepsy Foundation.

Dollars in Oklahoma

If you would like to support our programs here in Oklahoma, you can mail a check to:

2915 N. Classen Blvd, Ste 040
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

or visit our Donate page.

We could not provide these programs without your support:

  • Emergency Seizure Medication Assistance & Discount Drug Cards
  • CDC Program - School Personnel/Nurses, CLEET Certified Law Enforcement, EMS, Senior Caregivers, etc.
  • Health Fairs to Educate
  • Epilepsy Literature
  • Support Groups Across Oklahoma
  • Website with Resources & Social Media
  • Monthly Newsletter
  • Community Action Network Program/Kids Crew
  • Research

EFOK has provided CDC Seizure Training in the last year to

  • School Personnel and Nurses trained: over 1,500
  • Law Enforcement trained: over 300
  • EMS trained: over100
  • Senior Caregivers trained: over 350

Seizure Helmets sponsored by CENTURY

  • Children, schools and adults: over 275

Medication assistance provided

  • $12,000 dollars paid for seizure medication
  • Provided over 6,000 discount prescription cards


  • EFOK has given 3 AmTrykes to children
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Find Community Health Charities & Support the Charities You Know, like the Epilepsy Foundation Oklahoma

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#AimForZero: Striving Toward a Future Free from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy

The Epilepsy Foundation's SUDEP Institute wants to motivate people with epilepsy to strive for their best possible seizure control to reduce their risks, speak with their health care team about SUDEP, and use our new dedicated #AimForZero hashtag to drive discussions.

Find out more »

How to Contact Our Staff

Email us at oklahoma@efa.org

24/7 HelpLine 1-800-332-1000

Roxanne Cogil - Executive Director CEP: rcogil@efa.org or 515.259.8528

Ballard Jones - Community Operations Manager: bjones@efa.org or 205.453.8281

Jeretta Hulsey-Taylor - Administrative Coordinator: jhulsey-taylor@efa.org or 301.918.3781

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