31 Jan
  • By Kathleen Sullivan
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Brantley’s First Seizure

On February 21, 2016, my life changed forever. It started out as a normal Sunday morning. My family and I were rushing to get ready for church and make it on time. This happens every week, so I wasn’t concerned. In addition to playing “beat the clock” and getting ready for church, we were trying […]

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24 Jan
  • By Aly Clift
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End the Surprise Insurance Gap

Join EFGA is support the Physicians for Fair Coverage in an effort to end the surprise insurance gap. EFGA will be at the Capitol Rotunda rally and want your support. Get involved! Tell your legislator to stand with us and support passage of a bill that abides by these guidelines: ● Physicians who are in-network shouldn’t […]

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08 Jan
  • By Aly Clift
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Win a Super Bowl LI Experience

Are you ready for some football? EFGA is beyond excited to announce an incredible opportunity to offer to someone living with epilepsy thanks to a very generous partner! Would you like to win 2 tickets to the Super Bowl? EFGA is offering a special opportunity to someone who is living with epilepsy. We will be running a […]

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05 Jan
  • By Aly Clift
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We Have a SUPER Announcement

We are giving away an all-expense paid trip for two to Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas to a member of the epilepsy community! Enter the contest to win THIS SUNDAY, when rules and regulations will be announced. Whether your favorite team is playing or not, attending the Super Bowl (at no cost) is a […]

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26 Dec
  • By Kathleen Sullivan
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Send a Child to Camp through Year End Giving

As we approach the end of 2016, we ask that you think of the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia for your year end contributions. Throughout the month of December, we have spotlighted the stories of three special children, all participants of Camp Carpe Diem. Please read their stories and see how much camp has impacted their […]

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22 Nov
  • By Kathleen Sullivan
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Support EFGA by shopping with AmazonSmile

  What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you.  You will  find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as if you were shopping on Amazon, with the added bonus that Amazon […]

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07 Sep
  • By Aly Clift
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Epilepsy Education Conference for Families

We are happy to announce a wonderful opportunity provided by Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, please join EFGA and other community partners for a day of learning! The goal of this educational conference is to provide information and support for children and families dealing with epilepsy. During this event, you will hear speakers covering a variety of […]

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30 Aug
  • By Aly Clift
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African American Outreach Volunteers Needed

Morehouse School of Medicine and Emory University researchers are seeking volunteers to participate in Project UPLIFT, a weekly telephone-delivered intervention for Blacks living with epilepsy and/or seizure disorders. This would be an eight week session, participants must be 18 years or older, African American or Black, and diagnosed with epilepsy or a seizure disorder by […]

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28 Jun
  • By Aly Clift
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Lemonade for Livy

We are thrilled to announce that EFGA is partnering  with Lemonade for Livy! Lemonade for Livy was founded by amazing 11 year old Hailey Scheinman for her twin sister, Olivia who has epilepsy. The movement started in 2014 when Hailey and her family made a Lemonade stand, using the profits from the stand as a […]

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28 Mar
  • By Kathleen Sullivan
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Sharon’s Ride: Clip in for Epilepsy

EFGA is proud to announce Sharon’s Ride is coming to the Atlanta area! EFGA has partnered with Sharon’s Ride and is excited to bring this awesome new cycling event to Georgia! Sharon’s Ride is held within several states throughout the county and is a widely known epilepsy fundraiser nationwide. The ride will feature 30 and […]

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