Our volunteers make an enormous contribution to improving the lives of people with epilepsy.

Our volunteers get involved in a variety of roles across the organisation bringing with them a huge amount of passion and commitment for which we are truly grateful. They directly support people in the community at our Talk and Support groups and also get involved in campaigns or guide which research projects we should support.  

Other volunteers review our booklets, factsheets and website to make sure the information is understandable and jargon free or share they stories in the press and on social media to help us raise awareness and reduce stigma.

Read more about some of their experiences below:

During the pandemic we have taken time to review how we support and engage with our volunteers. We are currently developing new systems and processes to improve the volunteering experience so for the time being most of our volunteer recruitment is suspended. We hope to be able to advertise opportunities in a few months time, so come back and see what is available later in the year.

In the meantime, if you are willing to share your epilepsy story, to help others know they are not alone, we would love to hear from you or if you could raise awareness by doing some fundraising.

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