ATTEND THE 16TH ANNUAL TASTE OF LOVE IN 2020

ANNUAL TASTE OF LOVE SUPPORTS YEAR-ROUND EFFORTS

The Taste of Love, an elegant black tie event held annually in February at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, features gourmet dining, premium wine parings, live entertainment, a top-notch silent and live auction and the chance to dance the night away. All proceeds from the event benefit the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia.

As the signature fundraising event for the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia, the Taste of Love directs all proceeds to helping prevent, control and cure epilepsy through education, advocacy, services, employment services, camp scholarships, and medication funds as well as ensuring that Georgians with seizure disorders are able to participate in all life experiences.

429,000

DOLLARS RAISED IN 2019

456

ELEGANT & GENEROUS ATTENDEES

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AMAZING EXPERIENCE

The Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia is a charitable non-profit, volunteer and professional organization committed to the prevention and control of epilepsy, and to helping improve the lives of people who have epilepsy.

EFGA is a statewide voluntary health organization dedicated to the prevention and cure of seizure disorders, the alleviation of its effects and the promotion of independence and optimal quality of life for the people who have these disorders.

Through its community involvement with employers, teachers, law enforcement officials, health care professionals and individuals with epilepsy and their families, the foundation is active in a broad range of programs. These programs include information and education, advocacy, camp scholarships, and the delivery of specialized services.

DETAILS COMING SOON

2020 TASTE OF LOVE

2020 date & location will be announced shortly...

We will again have several ticket options such as individual ticket, table of 10 and table of 12.

Table and ticket purchases will be available through GiveSmart, our mobile bidding site. If you any questions or need further assistance, please contact Kathleen at (404)527-7155 or kathleen@epilepsyga.org.