We're busy planning how we can make Purple Day 2016 the biggest and best ever. It's on 26 March 2016, which is Easter Saturday!
Purple Day is the international day for epilepsy awareness. Join us to turn the world purple!
Voice it purple!
How do you feel talking about your epilepsy? Do you talk openly about it? Or do you only mention it when you absolutely have to? Be part of our Purple Poll and share your experiences to help us get the world talking about epilepsy.
Holding a Purple Day event really is simple!
Whether you paint yourself purple, organise a purple bake off or host a purple tea party, you can hold your Purple Day event anywhere and invite anybody along to share in the fun.
Register now for your free purplicious toolkit and we will send you everything you need to make your Purple Day event a huge success.
Spread awareness with our Purple Day wristbands
This year we have created a brand new fabric wristband so that you, your friends, colleagues and family can all show your support for people with epilepsy.
The wristband is purple and has both "Epilepsy Action" and our website address in the design.
Let's try to turn Google purple
Let's get everyone together in the worldwide epilepsy community together to see if we can get Google to do a purple Google Doodle on 26 March.
Text PURPLE to 70300 to give £3 (UK only) Terms and conditions
Let's stand together for people with epilepsy. Epilepsy Action will receive 100 per cent of your donation.
Purple Day is your chance to:
Your voice is vital to campaigns that raise awareness of epilepsy.
Your support funds the advice and resources people need to demand better healthcare.
Our volunteers run a national network of local support groups. You can also be part of our global online communities, like Facebook and forum4e.
Epilepsy is the most common serious brain disorder worldwide with no age, racial, social class, national or geographic boundaries. People with epilepsy and their families can face stigma and discrimination.