someone close to us dies, we experience grief, sadness and, ultimately,
an appreciation of all memories we have of that special person.
An In Memory Gift to Epilepsy Australia is a special way to remember someone, and at the same time help give hope and life to those who remain.
An In Memory Gift can be an individual donation in memory of a loved one or friend.
An In Memory Gift
can be a donation at the request of the bereaved family in lieu of
flowers at the funeral or service. Special envelopes can be provided
for this purpose. Please ask your Funeral Director to contact us to
provide envelopes for the service, or contact us directly.
For some people an In Memory Gift
donated on the anniversary of their loved ones birthday or a date
significant only to them is their way of paying tribute to special
someone dies their passing has a profound effect on their work
colleagues, sports team or social group. Many times the group feels
they would like to do something together to jointly honour the memory
of their friend who has died.
may collected from a variety sources: from the employer, from
colleagues, from a fundraising activity specially organized in honour
of their friend, or collected at sporting events or a social dinner.
To download the In Memorium Donation form click here
Epilepsy Australia greatly appreciates these acts of generosity at a time of personal loss.
For further information regarding In Memory Giving please
Epilepsy Australia National Help Line 1300 852 8653
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The Joint Epilepsy Council of Australia is pleased to call for nominations for the Australian
recipient of the IBE Outstanding Person with Epilepsy Award, to be awarded at the 10th Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress in Singapore in August 2014.
More than 15,000 copies of a book that brings together global expertise
on SUDEP will have been distributed to epilepsy communities around the
world by the end of the 66th annual American Epilepsy Society conference.
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