We exist to improve the lives
of everyone affected by epilepsy

Your gift to the future


Together we can improve life for people with epilepsy, today and for years to come.

We can:

  • make sure people with epilepsy have expert healthcare and treatment.
  • campaign for lives free of stigma.
  • give free specialist advice from the Epilepsy Action Helpline.

But to do this we need your help...

About a third of the funds we need to raise in order to carry out our life-changing work every year comes from gifts in wills, so any amount you're able to give does make a difference.

Once you've looked after your friends and family in your will, you can help create a brighter future for people affected by epilepsy.

Find out more

National Free Wills Network

As a member of the National Free Wills Network, Epilepsy Action is pleased to offer supporters a free, confidential will-writing service.

You can now have a simple will drafted free of charge by your choice of local solicitor, all of whom are members of The Law Society.

Get my free will

When you’ve remembered your loved ones, please remember Epilepsy Action in your will.

"When mum died in 2012, she left a letter which asked us to give to Epilepsy Action. It was just her way of saying ‘thank you’"

Sandra Hough- daughter of Joan Evens

“I wrote my will simply because life is moving on and I am not getting any younger. Knowing that I have made a gift to Epilepsy Action in my will makes me feel positive that progress will be made when I am gone.”

Steven Tummons - Epilepsy Action supporter

"It’s really important to me that they are able to continue to help people with epilepsy... This is why I decided leave a legacy to Epilepsy Action."

Alison Jackson - Epilepsy Action volunteer


If you have any questions call Lisa on 0113 210 8816.

There are no comments yet. Be the first to comment...

Contact Author

This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
By submitting this form, you accept the Mollom privacy policy.