Would you like there to be a cure for epilepsy?
You are not alone.
- Over 600,000 people in the UK have a diagnosis of epilepsy – that’s 1 in every 103 people
- Every day 87 people are diagnosed with the condition in the UK.
Even with control of seizures, quality of life for people with epilepsy can be poor. However, new research offers the very real possibility of developing therapies that could transform the lives of those affected.
Epilepsy Research UK is a national charity at the forefront of these research developments.
You can help in the following ways:
Donate online by credit/debit card:
Our donations are processed for us by Virgin Money Giving. If you are making a donation in memory of a loved one or sponsoring someone in an event, or paying in your sponsor money, please add the relevant details in the message box.
Donate by texting ‘ERUK20′ and the amount you wish to give (£1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10) to 70070.
Print a donation form and fill in your debit or credit card details, or send us a cheque made out to ‘Epilepsy Research UK’ together with your form to: Epilepsy Research UK, PO Box 3004, London W4 4XT.
By completing a standing order form and sending it to us at the address above.
If your donation is to support a memorial fund or given in memory of a loved one, please give details on the form.
Or browse through the options in the side menu for other ways that you could help.
Great progress in understanding the causes of epilepsy has been made in recent years, but there is still much to be done; and we need your help to make new breakthroughs. Thank you for your support.
Listen to our Trustee, Mr David Cameron MP, talk about our work
Listen to Rabbi Lionel Blue talk about his experiences of epilepsy and the work done by Epilepsy Research UK