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Rupert's story - Autumn 2016

Building confidence in a weekend of fun   It is quite possible that no one has ever said they were happy to have epilepsy.  But such was the excitement of Rupert Kerr when he attended his first Epilepsy Foundation family weekend, that that’s exactly how he articulated it as he...

2015 Christmas Appeal

        Goodwill…partnerships…persistence An uplifting story that shows how your donation changes lives   At this time of the year, as you prepare for end-of-year get-togethers, school year break-ups, and family holidays.,your thoughts are probably turning to the coming festive season,   It is exciting, especially for children, and it...

2015 Christmas Appeal

CEO's Report Back 2015

This September I am personally writing to you to report on the impact that your support makes on the lives of people with epilepsy.

CEO's Report Back 2015

Donation Form

Click here to download a donation form.

Epilepsy Champions Club

The Epilepsy Champions Club is a regular giving program that provides the option of pre-authorised payments made weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or even yearly.

In Memory Giving

An In Memory donation to the Epilepsy Foundation is a special way to remember someone, at at the same time help give hope and life to those who remain.

Make a Bequest

You may wish to make a bequest to the Epilepsy Foundation in your will. This section includes suggested wording, as a guide, that you can give to the legal practitioner who is preparing your will.

Epilepsy Foundation Business Partner

Become a Epilepsy Foundation Business Partner and join an important group of Australian businesses changing the lives of people living with epilepsy.

Workplace Giving

Workplace giving or payroll deductions are a simple and effective way for employees to donate regularly. Your donation is deducted from your pay and is sent to the Foundation by your employer via the Charities Aid Foundation's new state-of-the-art workplace giving platform, Good2Give.

Support our Appeal

Could you handle the challenges of Lucy’s life? Hopefully, you will never have to. Lucy has a brain tumour and two of her children Bailey and Teigan have epilepsy. Teigan’s epilepsy is severe and uncontrolled.
Our latest appeal is on now. We urgently need your support!

Support our Appeal

Donate at the Door

Next time you hear a knock at the door, it may be one of our collectors. By donating at the door you are supporting people and their families living with epilepsy.

Mary's lasting legacy

During her lifetime, Mary Hahn was a passionate advocate for more services for elderly people with epilepsy.