More than just a call

Being diagnosed with epilepsy is a scary, heart-wrenching experience. For people like Amanda, your support can make all the difference.

Watch Amanda’s story

Donate today


Your decision to donate today could change a person with epilepsy’s life.

Your donation means that not only can we help thousands more people via our free Helpline and give vital information to millions online, we can also offer a community for each person to belong to via our popular Talk and Support groups and new Befriending service.


This year we want to …

support 11,000
through our helpline service
train 21,000
to support people with epilepsy
inform 2 million
with our online information
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We also want to:


  • Recruit and train specialist volunteers to provide bespoke support via our Befriending service for those affected by epilepsy and in need of extra help
  • Launch another 62 Talk and Support groups to help people meet others who have been facing similar challenges


Help us transform more lives

How we can make a difference together

Take a look through each donation amount to see what you could make possible.


would enable our team of helpline experts to answer two phone calls to those in need of vital and accessible epilepsy support.*

Donate £40


would provide a Talk and Support group for an isolated person for six months, ensuring a safe space where they can share their experiences and meet others affected by epilepsy.*

Donate £67


would enable us to recruit, train and equip 3 Talk and Support group leaders to help those in need share experiences and access vital support*

Donate £90

*All gifts are unrestricted so that we can be responsive, helping us to support local communities and people with epilepsy where the need is greatest.

Our talk and support groups

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Donate today for people with epilepsy