Volunteer & Community
From nationwide volunteer events to spreading awareness in your local community, there are many ways to get involved with the Epilepsy Foundation. Every day, our volunteers work toward a common goal of improving the lives of people with epilepsy and seizures.
The Volunteer Orientation educates volunteers about Epilepsy Foundation and introduces different ways interested volunteers can support the Epilepsy Foundation’s mission across the nation.Start the on-demand Volunteer Orientation
National Volunteering Opportunities
You can support nationwide advocacy, research, awareness, fundraising, and education initiatives. Join the next New Volunteer Orientation to get an overview of opportunities.Explore national volunteer opportunities
Every effort and dollar raised makes an impact for the epilepsy community. Whether you are hosting a backyard barbecue or climbing Mt. Everest, your efforts can make a difference for those living with epilepsy.Learn more about our fundraising opportunities
We want our world to be more aware of epilepsy. Spreading awareness can promote seizure first aid and put an end to negative stigmas. Help us spread the word and empower people with epilepsy to live safer and happier lives.Learn how you can help to spread awareness
We believe that kids can change the world. We created the Kids Crew for kids 14 years old and under to meet new friends and get involved in the epilepsy community.Learn more about joining Kids Crew
Our Advocacy Efforts and Priorities
Help raise awareness about the issues affecting the epilepsy community.
Become an Awareness Ambassador
Join our ambassador program and spread epilepsy awareness throughout your community.
A seizure education and awareness project in partnership with the CDC.
Walk to End Epilepsy
A family-friendly community event to support people and families living with epilepsy.
Teens Speak Up! Public Policy Institute
Teens can visit Washington D.C. to receive advocacy training and talk to lawmakers.
Become an Epilepsy Advisory Champion
Build relationships with policymakers to bring awareness to the challenges of epilepsy.