Walk for Epilepsy

The Walk For Epilepsy is a fun, family friendly day with lots of activities to keep the whole family entertained. Join us in the Walk as No one with epilepsy should go it alone.

Registrations are now open!

You can click the “Register Now” button to register yourself, your family & friends.   While you are completing your registration, you can also create your own personalised fundraising page - share your story, show a pic or two,  motivate others & let people know how or why epilepsy affects you and so many others.   Ask your friends, family, colleagues and social networks to help you acheive a fundraising goal.  All funds raised will help provide support for people living with epilepsy and funding for research with the aim of finding a cure for epilepsy. Help for Today and Hope for the Future.


Stay tuned for regular updates!!

 

Where: Princes Park Lawn 5, Carlton 

When: Sunday 21 October 2018

Start Time: 9am Check-in / register, 11am Walk commences

Distance: 3.2km or 6.4km (1 lap or 2 laps)

Registration Fees: 

Entry Type Early Bird *
Standard On the Day
Adult (18 yrs) $30 $40 $50
Senior / Student / Concession $20 $30 $35
Child (6-18yrs) $10 $15 $20
Child (5 and under) FREE FREE FREE

* Please note Early Bird Registrations close on 23rd August @ 5pm

Parking: Parking is available on Royal Parade and surrounding streets.

Public Transport: Tram Route 19, Ievers St Stop 17 on Royal Parade

Food and Drink: Coffee van, sausage sizzle, water available

Accessibility: The Walk for Epilepsy course is fully accessible to mobility scooters, wheelchairs and prams

Enquiries: Phone 03 8809 0655  or  1300 437 453

Email: events@epilepsyfoundation.org.au


Volunteer: 

For any fundraising event to be successful we need a wonderful band of volunteers. If you can help on the day, we would love to hear from you. Please email events@epilepsyfoundation.org.au or call (03) 8809 0655.

Epilepsy Foundation

We work with individuals and families, organisations and the community to increase people’s understanding of epilepsy.

The Epilepsy Foundation uses evidence based practice to stop avoidable deaths, ensure children get a good education, help people get and keep their jobs and help people feel safe and connected.

A good understanding of epilepsy is the key to achieving these outcomes.

The Epilepsy Foundation believes no one should go it alone with epilepsy.

Every day we try to make life better for people living with epilepsy and this is made possible because of the support of people like you. The Epilepsy Foundation encourages the community to get involved with fundraising so people living with epilepsy don’t have to go it alone.

92 heroes fundraising today.

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