Volunteering

About Us

The Epilepsy Foundation was founded in May 1964.

Our purpose
The organisation was formed so that individuals and families were not alone with their epilepsy.

Our vision
The vision of the Epilepsy Foundation is to stop avoidable deaths from epilepsy, to ensure children get a good education so that people get and keep jobs and so that people feel safe and connected.

Our Values
Equity & Access
Ensuring that people living with epilepsy get a fair go and can connect to appropriate supports and services

Participation & Inclusion
Engaging people and building effective relationships based on a shared purpose

Resourcefulness & Innovation
Seeking better ways to do more with the resources available to us

Trust & Integrity
Displaying integrity in everything that we do thus enabling the people who rely on us to have confidence in our motives and abilities

Accountability
Fulfilling our responsibilities and obligations

Select one of the options below to find out more about the Epilepsy Foundation.

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Who we are

The Epilepsy Foundation is a Not For Profit organisation operating under the governance of a volunteer Board… read more

 

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Our Initiatives

Every day someone’s son or daughter dies from their epilepsy in Australia. Families and friends … read more

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Research

The Epilepsy Foundation engages in research to gain a better understanding of the experiences of people… read more

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Op Shops

The Epilepsy Foundation Op shops are part of a charitable organisation working towards raising…  Read More

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Privacy

The Epilepsy Foundation is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of its members, clients, supporters… read more

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Media

At the Epilepsy Foundation, we pride ourselves on providing the public with the very latest research, news articles… read more

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Contact Us

You can contact us via telephone, email or drop into our office.. Read More

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Our Ambassadors

Let’s work together to make life easier for those living with epilepsy… Read More