Welcome to the Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont

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Our primary goal is to provide information and support services to individuals who have been diagnosed with epilepsy or a seizure disorder. We believe that it is also critical to provide services to family members, friends, along with schools and employees.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Vermont leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.

 

2017 SPECIAL EVENTS & ANNUAL MEETING!

February
33rd Annual WKVT Radio Auction for Epilepsy:
Tuesday, February 21st at People's United Bank in Brattleboro, VT 6pm to 9pm

April
Evening of music & Dancing with the band THEM-Classic Rock
Saturday, April 1st at Eagles Club on Shelburne Road in South Burlington, VT

8th Annual: Calcutta Night for Epilepsy
Sunday, April 9th at McKee's Island Pub & Pizza in South Hero, VT

10th Annual The Big Chill-Be A Hero for Epilepsy:
Sunday, April 30th at Mallets Bay–Bayside Park, Colchester VT

May
8th Annual Walk for Epilepsy:
Sunday, May 21st in Burlington, VT. Location to be announced. Walk begins at 10:30am

June
7th Annual Golf Tournament for Epilepsy:
Monday, June 26th at Vermont National Country Club in Burlington, VT. Tournament begins at 1:00pm

July
24th Annual Rutland Mud Volleyball Tournament:
Sunday, July 16th at Farrell Distributing Corporation- Rutland, VT

August
28th Annual Essex Mud Volleyball Tournament
Sunday, August 13th at Tower & Chapin Road in Essex Center, VT

Champlain Valley Exposition:
Friday, August 25st to Sunday, September 3rd-Essex Junction, VT

November
39th Annual WsYB Radio Auction for Epilepsy:
Tuesday, November 14th at People's United Bank in Rutland, VT 6pm to 9pm

2017 Annual Meeting:
Saturday, November 18th at the Elks Club in Burlington. Social Hour at 6pm. Dinner at 7pm

 

Media Corner


Katie Brigante Sexton of Colchester Vermont, tells the story of her brother Greg and how he was tragically lost to SUDEP. Her hope, and ours, is that this story will help raise awareness for others with Epilepsy so that they do not go through what her and her family did with the loss of Greg.

Click below to hear how epilepsy has effected Quinny and her family.

Click below to view awesome footage of our Mud Volleyball Tournament taken by Dragonfly Media

 

Want To Help?
You can donate used clothing & items to Neat Repeats to benefit epilepsy. Click Here for Details

Support Meetings
Dates of the Fall 2017 Support Meetings Coming Soon. If you would like a Support Meeting in your area, please contact us