Walk to END EPILEPSY
EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF AMERICA
The Epilepsy Foundation is already gearing up for it's Spring Walk to END EPILEPSY campaign and we need the help of volunteers across the entire Nation! We are inviting potential volunteers to a 1-hour info session to learn about the Spring 2021 Walk series and the open volunteer positions. Sign up for the info session taking place on January 14th at 8pm EST here: https://epilepsyfoundation.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12983910
The walk brings together people from all over the country to support the 3.4 million people in the United States and 65 million people worldwide living with epilepsy by raising funds for research, programs, services, and awareness. This year, the Walk to END EPILEPSY is relying on volunteers, regardless of their location.
Here are the open volunteer positions:
- Team Captain Liaison: will plan and run localized meetings that will bring together WEE Team Captains, community members, and sponsors.
- Community Engagement Lead: will serve as the point person for a team of individuals who make targeted phone calls with the goal of increasing participation in the WEE.
- Community Engagement Coordinator: will increase the Epilepsy Foundation’s capacity to connect with community members through targeted phone calls with the goal of increasing participation in the WEE.
To learn more and meet other interested volunteers, please sign up for this information session: https://epilepsyfoundation.volunteerhub.com/event/index/12983910
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About EPILEPSY FOUNDATION OF AMERICA
8301 PROFESSIONAL PLACE, LANDOVER, MD 20785, US
To lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.
The Epilepsy Foundation, a national non-profit with over 50 local organizations throughout the United States, has led the fight against seizures since 1968.
We are an unwavering ally for individuals and families impacted by epilepsy and seizures. We work to prevent, control, and cure epilepsy through community services, public education, federal and local advocacy, and supporting research into new treatments and therapies