Welcome to the Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont
In the Season of Giving, please keep the Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont in mind for one of your Holiday Gifts.
A donation of any size is greatly appreciated. You can make a donation by clicking the button below.
You can also mail a check to our office at:
Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont
PO Box 6292
Rutland, VT 05702
Thank you for your support. Happy Holidays to you and your family.
Our primary goal is to provide information and support services to individuals who have been diagnosed with epilepsy or a seizure disorder. We believe that it is also critical to provide services to family members, friends, along with schools and employees.
The Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
2018 SPECIAL EVENTS & ANNUAL MEETING!
Evening of music & Dancing with the band THEM-Classic Rock
Saturday, April 7th at Eagles Club on Shelburne Road in South Burlington, VT
9th Annual: Calcutta Night for Epilepsy
Sunday, April 8th at McKee’s Island Pub & Pizza in South Hero, VT
11th Annual The Big Chill-Be A Hero for Epilepsy
Sunday, April 22nd at Mallets Bay–Bayside Park, Colchester VT
9th Annual Walk for Epilepsy
Sunday, May 20th at Oakledge Park (Upper Lodge) in Burlington, VT - Walk begins at 10:30am
8th Annual Golf Tournament for Epilepsy
Monday, June 25th at Vermont National Country Club in South Burlington, VT. Tournament begins at 1:00pm
25th Annual Rutland Mud Volleyball Tournament
Sunday, July 15th at Farrell Distributing Corporation- Rutland, VT
29th Annual Essex Mud Volleyball Tournament
Sunday, August 12th at Tower & Chapin Road in Essex Center, VT
Champlain Valley Exposition
Friday, August 24th to Sunday, September 2nd-Essex Junction, VT
2018 Annual Meeting
Saturday, November 3rd at the Eagles Club in South Burlington. Social Hour at 6pm. Dinner at 7pm
Want To Help?
You can donate used clothing & items to Neat Repeats to benefit epilepsy. Click Here for Details
Dates of the Spring 2017 Support Meetings Coming Soon. If you would like a Support Meeting in your area, please contact us
Katie Brigante Sexton tells the story of her brother Greg and how he was tragically lost to SUDEP.
Quinny and Her Family
Mud Volleyball Tournament (2017)