Highlights from the 10th Annual National Walk for Epilepsy. Learn more at walkforepilepsy.org.

The Epilepsy Foundation is a strong advocate and an unwavering ally for people with epilepsy.

  • We raise awareness about epilepsy and seizures.
  • We support research for new therapies and a cure.
  • We are active in Congress, the states, and the courts.
  • We seek to ensure that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences.

But we cannot do this alone.

We need your help!

There are many ways you can get involved.

Athletes vs Epilepsy 2014 EFA Walk

Raise Awareness and Speak Out

Get Involved and Volunteer

Kids Crew

Fundraise to Support Our Mission

A Teen Advocate in Action

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Kendall, 15, participated in the 2016 Teens Speak Up! Conference in Washington, D.C. After returning home to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, she raised funds and worked with the Epilepsy Foundation of North/Central Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska to organize "Bounce Out the Stigma," a one-day basketball camp at the University of North Iowa. This event raised awareness about epilepsy and empowered young people living with the disease. Camp participants learned to perfect their free shots from Mike Simmel, a former entertainment basketball player with the Harlem Wizards.

Kendall's To Do List

  • Spoke to her Congressional Representatives about issues faced by people living with epilepsy - CHECK
  • Raised awareness in her hometown - CHECK
  • Raised funds to support our mission - CHECK
  • Supported and empowered other young people with epilepsy - CHECK
What will you do to get involved like Kendall?