Ways To Give

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Become an Event Sponsor!

 

We have sponsorships and “in-kind” giving programs available for all of our upcoming events. For information on how you or your company can be a sponsor contact our Development Department at 713-789-6295 events@eftx.org.

Honor & Memorial Gift

Pay tribute to a loved one and make an in-honor or in-memorial donation today.

 

Make a Lasting Gift!

 

By planning ahead with your estate you can make an ongoing impact to improve the lives of people with epilepsy. For more information on how to remember the Epilepsy Foundation Texas in your will or estate contact the development office today 888-548-9716.

 

 

Monthly Gift

Give a recurring monthly donation to support the Epilepsy Foundation.

Stroll for Epilepsy

The Stroll for Epilepsy is a family oriented, noncompetitive walk in Houston, Dallas, Fort. Worth, Amarillo, Midland and El Paso areas to raise funds for research, education, advocacy and services for people with epilepsy and their caregivers

Corporate Partners

Corporations and foundations that partner with the Epilepsy Foundation distinguish their organizations as socially responsible and earn the gratitude and loyalty of the nearly 3 million people living with epilepsy, plus their families, friends and caregivers.

Become a Camp Angel Today!

For the past 21 years, people like you have partnered with the Epilepsy Foundation Texas to provide a residential summer camp experience to children and teens at no cost to the many families struggling with this expensive medical condition.

Camp is a place where children and teens, ages 8-19, will feel accepted, understood, and unafraid. Campers enjoy socializing with others through sports, dances and games. They are pushed and challenged to canoe, improve swimming skills and even conquer the climbing wall. They are given the opportunity to talk with others in small groups about their fears and questions. 

Because of YOU, this summer over 250 children and teens will build self-esteem, gain independence and learn about epilepsy and how to manage medication, while expanding social interaction skills with new camp friends that truly understand the daily challenges of living with epilepsy. Most importantly you will be sending a message to the campers that they are NOT alone in the fight against epilepsy. You can help! You can join the fight and make sure that not another moment is lost to seizures.