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Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala

| July 11, 2017 | Calendar

The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona’s Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala has become one of the Valley’s most anticipated annual events and was named Gala of the Year in 2016 by Arizona Foothills Magazine. Saturday, September 16, 2017, will mark the thirteenth year for this extraordinary evening which will take place at our Mountain Shadows Resort. We will be honoring those dedicated to furthering epilepsy awareness and funding, as well as recognizing achievements within the Arizona epilepsy community.

Epilepsy touches the lives of over 65,000 Arizonans and over 3 million Americans. Unfortunately, epilepsy is still highly stigmatized and misunderstood by the general public. Although epilepsy is more common than cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease combined, it is also one of the most underfunded diseases worldwide.

Over the years, the Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona has established itself as a leader in epilepsy education, awareness, and advocacy. Your silent auction donation will play a vital role in bridging, the much-needed awareness, and funding gap epilepsy faces in Arizona and across the country. You’ll also be recognized as a contributing partner in epilepsy awareness on all of the Foundation's social media platforms.

Your consideration to donate to the 13th Annual Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala’s silent auction is truly appreciated and essential in helping them raise funds to continue their mission to help Arizonans overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives.

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