There are so many times in our lives that we celebrate – why not make your special day even more memorable by supporting Epilepsy Action at the same time.
You might like to ask for donations instead of gifts, create a charity gift registry, purchase an e-card to celebrate a loved ones special day, or purchase our merchandise in place of gifts for your guests. There are lots of ways to support those who need it and bring a smile to their faces.
A Gift in Celebration
Do you have a special occasion coming up? A birthday, anniversary, wedding or any other reason to celebrate? Why not celebrate that special event by asking your family and friends to donate to Epilepsy Action instead of buying you a present? What better way to make your celebration even more exceptional than knowing that you will be sharing your happiness, whilst benefiting the lives of people living with epilepsy.
For free donation envelopes please call 1300 EPILEPSY (37 45 37) or email email@example.com your requirements.
All donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. A receipt will be sent to all donors, and a letter will be forwarded to the person celebrating their special occasion advising them of each donation.
Online Gift Registry
Through KarmaCurrency you can set up a gift registry for charity online – this allows you to create a special page for your celebration and select the charity gifts your loved ones can buy for you.
E-cards for donations in place of gifts
Not sure what to get that special person for their next birthday? Trying to think or what to get the mum who has everything for Mother’s Day?
Why not make a donation to help those living with epilepsy and create your own customisable card or e-card to send to them? It’s easy to do and you can include your own special message – perfect for any occasion!
Purchase merchandise in place of gifts for your guests
If you are looking for a gift to give your celebration guests that is meaningful, then our Epilepsy Action merchandise can be a great option. Our ribbons and wristbands can be a great addition to your special occasion, particularly to honour your experience with epilepsy.