Spend, save and raise: Raise free donations for Young Epilepsy whenever you shop online…

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  • Epilepsy affects a substantial number of young people in the U.K., with approximately 112,000 individuals aged 25 and under living with the condition.
  • Epilepsy can have a significant impact on a young person's education. Seizures and their side effects, such as memory difficulties and fatigue, may disrupt schooling, leading to missed classes and reduced academic performance. Supportive measures and awareness in educational institutions are crucial for minimising these challenges.
  • Epilepsy often takes a toll on the emotional and social well-being of young individuals. Stigma, discrimination, and anxiety related to seizures can lead to feelings of isolation and reduced self-esteem. By signing up to Savoo and selecting Young Epilepsy as your charity, they will receive free donations every time you shop online.

How to raise free donations for Young Epilepsy

  1. Sign up to Savoo for free to start saving money and raising free donations
  2. Click 'Support a Charity' to browse our charity directory
  3. Search for ‘Young Epilepsy’, browse by category, or select another charity close to your heart
  4. Ensure you're signed in to your Savoo account and click 'Support this charity' on the page of your choice
  5. Begin using our discount codes and deals to save at your favourite stores
  6. Check out your account to see how much you've raised so far every time you place an order through Savoo!

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Learn more about Young Epilepsy

Young Epilepsy is a national charity working exclusively for children and young people aged 25 and under with epilepsy and associated conditions. They aim to create better futures for young lives with epilepsy. With over 100 years of expertise, they exist to improve the lives of children and young people with epilepsy and ensure they reach their potential. As well as conducting research into the condition, Young Epilepsy provide world-class diagnosis, assessment, and rehabilitation for children and young people with epilepsy.

How they support: Helping those who suffer from epilepsy

Through a range of specialised services, educational resources, and advocacy efforts, Young Epilepsy strives to enhance the lives of those affected by this challenging condition. By offering expert guidance, raising awareness, and fostering a sense of community, this charity empowers individuals to better manage their epilepsy, access quality care, and lead fulfilling lives. Young Epilepsy's unwavering commitment to its mission plays a crucial role in improving the well-being and prospects of those it serves, making a tangible and positive impact in the lives of those living with epilepsy.

Ways you can help: Help provide epilepsy support in schools

Donating is an amazing way to make sure that you’re having a positive impact on those who are suffering from epilepsy. Here is a list of what your donation could cover:

  • £10: could supply a school with essential resources, including our 'Guide for Schools,' first aid guidance, and assembly ideas.

  • £20: could offer one hour of expert advice and information to a school in need.

  • £50: could fund online epilepsy awareness training for an education professional, enhancing their understanding of the condition.

  • £100: could cover the expenses of conducting a school assembly to educate children on how to support their peers with epilepsy.

  • £275: could facilitate a face-to-face epilepsy awareness training session for a school or college.

Other ways you can help: Purple Day

Purple Day, organised by Young Epilepsy, happens every year on March 26th. On this day, people are encouraged to wear purple and get involved in activities to raise awareness about epilepsy, especially in young individuals. The goal is to clear up misconceptions, reduce stigma, and help people understand epilepsy better, all while showing support for those dealing with the condition. Purple Day is a way to educate people and create a more inclusive society where those with epilepsy can get the support they need to lead happy lives. Make sure to use the hashtag #TeamPossible when talking about it on social media.


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