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Support our cause in your own way and help us make a difference to the lives of almost half a million people living with epilepsy in the UK.

New year, new you

Be part of our 125th anniversary year and take on a challenge for 2017! Together with your help we can press ahead with our groundbreaking medical research and ultimately find a cure for epilepsy. 

Adopt Gus the Gnome

For just £5, you'll receive your very own Gus the Gnome toy, a certificate of adoption and we'll sign you up to our regular e-newsletter, so that you can hear the very latest news about epilepsy.

Running events

Join our fantastic team of runners and help us make strides towards our goal of a full life for everyone affected by epilepsy.


Join Team Purple and take on one of our fantastic cycling challenges this year.

Changing the face of epilepsy treatment

Donate to our JustGiving campaign and help us purchase 3D facial imaging cameras. 3D facial imaging, combined with a genomics test, will bring people closer to personalised treatment.

Win £1,000 in our annual draw

Do you dream of getting away from it all? Imagine having £1,000 to put towards a holiday; to spend on your family; a shopping spree; or just to put aside and save for a rainy day!

Purple Day

We need your help to turn the world purple on Purple Day, the day for epilepsy awareness. Download our purple pack to get your planning in the right direction.

Treks and walks

Take on a challenge, trek through the beautiful countryside and raise money for Epilepsy Society.

All you need for fundraising

How to organise an event and raise money for Epilepsy Society.


Calling all adrenaline junkies! Take to the skies for Epilepsy Society.


Take the plunge for Epilepsy Society. 

Do your own thing

Our useful tips on fundraising for free and sponsored events will help get you started and keep you on track while our A-Z of ideas will help if you need some inspiration.

Colleges, universities and RAG fundraising

There are loads of ways you can get involved at college or university by supporting our work and raising vital awareness of epilepsy.