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ORGANIZATION: DEFEATING EPILEPSY FOUNDATION

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Looking for someone who is fluent in French to help do voice recordings for PowerPoint presentations. Our organization is a 501c3 not for profit and our mission is to provide the advocacy and educational resources needed to the epilepsy community and our society. We have a YouTube channel in which we have video about different types of epilepsy, different types of seizures, conditions associated with it, and mental wellness. Our videos on there are currently in English and Spanish, but we have had a number of supporters requesting French videos.

The PowerPoint presentation will already be prepared and all you have to do is read the information and record it onto the slide, then send it back to us. We are looking for someone who can read two presentations per month for us to be able to schedule the videos in a timely manner.

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About DEFEATING EPILEPSY FOUNDATION

Location:

8887 HAMILTON ST, RCH CUCAMONGA, CA 91701, US

Mission Statement

At The Defeating Epilepsy Foundation, our mission is to provide the advocacy and educational resources needed to the epilepsy community and our society. We are dedicated to removing the stigma associated with epilepsy and help to create opportunities for individuals battling epilepsy.

Description

We are working to help individuals whose seizures are controlled to gain better educational and economic opportunities in life. We are awarding college scholarships and are working to help with workforce development. Our Purple Warrior Pooches program goal is to help provide grants to people with uncontrolled epilepsy and veterans with TBI, Epilepsy, and/or PTSD to gain access to a medical alert dog. Our PACES program helps individuals battling epilepsy learn how to focus on improving their overall wellness and learn to advocate for themselves. On our website is our community resources to help provide nutritional services, parent services, mental health, prescription, public transportation, Veteran resources, and legal services. We have a blog on our website and a YouTube channel to help people learn about different types of epilepsy, different types of seizures, and conditions that are related to epilepsy.

CAUSE AREAS

Advocacy & Human Rights
Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Advocacy & Human Rights, Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities

WHEN

Mon Jun 13, 2022 - Sat Sep 10, 2022

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Advocacy
  • Adult Education
  • French

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Would discuss with the volunteer. Hours will be flexible.

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