Australia is dependent on community support to enable us to continue to
make a difference in the lives of people living with epilepsy.
around 400,000 Australians living with epilepsy demands on our
resources are great. While much is being achieved imagine how much more
we could do if all who used our resources made a tax-deductible
Epilepsy Australia Limited is a registered charity and donations are tax-deductible.
help us by making a donation today. Donations of $2 and over are
tax-deductible. We issue receipts for donations of $5 or more, amounts
below this are receipted on request.
Use your credit card to donate online through the secure services of PayPal. Just click on the Donate button and follow the easy steps. A receipt will be generated and sent via email.
Donations can be forwarded to
Epilepsy Australia, PO Box 1049, Baulkham Hills NSW 1755.
making a regular tax-deductible donation using direct debit from your
bank account, you can help us keep donation process costs to a minimum.
To further assist you can request one annual receipt. Regular giving
also assists us in effectively planning our future, ensuring greater
certainty for critical programs.
may choose to nominate Epilepsy Australia Limited as the recipient of a
donation in lieu of giving or receiving gifts. Simply complete the In Celebration Donation form
and return by mail or fax, and the recipient will receive an
acknowledgment card passing on your kind message for their special day.
Naturally, the amount of the gift is not stated unless particularly
To download the In Celebration Donation form click here
with your employer and ask for a payroll deduction to be made from your
salary direct to Epilepsy Australia Limited. Deductions are made from
salary before tax. Some generous employers match employee contributions.
Epilepsy Australia National Help Line 1300 852 8653
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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.
Epilepsy Australia, in partnership with Flinders University is conducting an online survey exploring the experiences and needs of people who have been bereaved by epilepsy.
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