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The Epilepsy Foundation of North Carolina is a small organization that provides direct services to many people across the state. Our main goal is to improve the care of those with epilepsy in our state. There are no charges for our services. The Foundation is not a governmental agency, it is a non-profit agency that aims to serve those with epilepsy and their families. All of our services are provided free of charge.through the generosity of private individuals and businesses within our community.
If you are already a member, thank you for your past support. Your caring has helped many individuals with epilepsy across our state. We greatly appreciate your support and hope that you will continue to join with us to improve the care and understanding of epilepsy in our state.. Please take a moment to renew your membership.
If you're not a member, just join with us to make a difference in the lives of those with epilepsy. Your donation may help purchase seizure medicine for someone when there is no other resource available. It will help provide educational workshops in the community provide support groups, or educational packets to persons with epilepsy or their families. These are just a few of the ways your membership is ov vital importance in helping toenable people with epilepsy to lead productive and fulfilling lives. Please support us and join now.
How to join
To join for the first time, or to renew your membership, you can print off a copy of our membership form and mail it to us. The Foundation accepts gifts of cars and other vehicles and gifts of securities.
If you require further information, please call 800-451-0694 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Did You Know ...
The Epilepsy Foundation of North Carolina is a working partner of the Epilepsy Foundation, yet each organization is independently supported by community gifts. A gift to the Epilepsy Foundation in Landover, Maryland is used for national projects. Your gift to the Epilepsy Foundation of North Carolina remains in our region and is used for local services.