Every fundraiser will help us to make a difference in the lives of those affected by epilepsy! It’s a great way for you, your school, community group, workplace or club to make a difference and spread awareness about epilepsy. Get creative! From Marathons to High Teas.. there are endless possibilities! The Epilepsy Centre truly appreciates your support through your own fundraising event.
Step 1 – Decide what you want to do
Fundraising is only limited by your imagination! There are many different fundraiser ideas to choose from! You can raise funds doing almost anything!
Step 2 – Register your fundraiser
or give us a call on 1300 850 081 to let us know your fundraising idea so we are able to assist you with any questions you may have!
Step 3 – Get started
As soon as you have your Authority to Fundraise from us you are ready to start fundraising!
Thank you for your generosity in supporting The Epilepsy Centre!
HOST A PURPLE DAY EVENT
SOME OF THE FUN WAYS YOU CAN FUNDRAISE FOR US INCLUDE:
Host an event – from morning teas, free/purple dress days, sausage sizzles to movie/games nights, gala dinners, bowls/golf days, fashion parades and everything in between!
Organise a stand at your local shopping centre to sell our merchandise and/or raffle tickets
Challenge yourself and/or others to shave/dye your hair, do a five kilometre walk or run or participate in an event like The City to Bay Fun Run
Cook up a storm and sell purple cupcakes/lamingtons
Ask your friends and family to make a donation in lieu of a birthday/anniversary party/gift, Christmas cards, etc.
Create your own online fundraising page using GoFundraise – Inspire your friends, family and colleagues to support your fundraising endeavours for The Epilepsy Centre by creating your own on-line GoFundraise Page – It’s easy! We encourage you to discuss your proposed fundraising event with a member of our experienced and helpful team.
What is Purple Day?
Purple Day is a worldwide campaign dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of epilepsy. On 26 March each year, people are encouraged to wear purple to show their support of those living with epilepsy. Purple Day was founded in 2008, by nine-year-old Cassidy Megan of Nova Scotia, Canada. Motivated by her own struggles with epilepsy, Cassidy started Purple Day in an effort to get people talking about the condition, to spread awareness and to let those impacted by seizures know that they are not alone.
Do you own a business or know any businesses who would like to support epilepsy?
Send us an email and we can organise to have one of our donation boxes placed on your counter.
Annual appeal cans
If you would like to partner with us by way of our