The world may look a little different, but one thing hasn’t changed: our commitment to supporting our local epilepsy community. That's why this year we're returning to Upper Saucon Township Community Park for a safe, socially distanced Walk to END EPILEPSY – Lehigh Valley!
NOW is the time to make a powerful change with, and for, people living with epilepsy. Form a Team. Join a Group. Recruit your loved ones. Pick out your best purple. Post on social media. Share your story. Raise critical funds and awareness. Walk to END EPILEPSY with us on Sunday, June 13, 2021—at Upper Saucon Township Community Park or at home!
YOU can be the change. Participating in the Walk is a powerful way to be a pivotal part of the fight to END EPILEPSY and inspire others to join you. Together, we can make strides to END fear, END isolation, END silence, END stigma, END seizures... Together, we can END EPILEPSY and all of the challenges associated with the disorder.
***We are closely monitoring guidelines and working with current restrictions to create safe, inclusive celebrations for our community. Exact event details and format to be announced in the coming weeks.***
By participating in the Walk to END EPILEPSY – Pennsylvania Series you are not only uniting with people across the nation, but igniting a spark right in your own backyard.
The Walks are non-competitive, family friendly and open to the public. They are designed to be a celebration all while raising critical funds and awareness for the EFEPA and our local epilepsy community.
The Walk to END EPILEPSY events are free to register with fundraising strongly encouraged. As always, all proceeds will immediately go towards the continuation and expansion of the free programs, resources and support services provided right here in Lehigh Valley.
We walk to build community so that no one feels alone in their diagnosis. We walk so kids can attend Camp Achieve. We walk to raise awareness and build supportive, seizure-safe communities. We Walk to END EPILEPSY.
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by epilepsy. Will you join us?