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  • Amy Kurjan just donated $26.38
  • Lenkin and Martina Issac and Family just donated $100
  • Dom, Sonia and Andre just donated $52.75
  • Lauren Kruse just donated $31.65
  • Anna and Ron just donated $52.75
  • Rosa just donated $25
  • Cath McCudden just donated $21.10
  • Emma Tippett just donated $50
  • Joe Gangemi just donated $52.75
  • David Muller just donated $26.38
  • Paul Mingay just donated $50
  • Lien Lombardo just donated $50
  • Brittany Egan just donated $52.75
  • Montanna Sullivan just donated $26.38
  • Marco just donated $10.55
  • Cory Brady just donated $1,020
  • jorja just donated $10.55
  • Anahira-Grace & Eli just donated $139.26
  • Alicia Robinson just donated $52.75
  • Alline Louise just donated $26.38

Join us as we hit the pavements of Victoria and New South Wales this October!

Whether you’re touring your local neighbourhood, heading out for a hike in the Grampians or Blue Mountains, or gearing up for a cycle, every kilometre counts.

About Epilepsy Foundation

The Epilepsy Foundation has been working for more than 50 years to make sure no one living with epilepsy has to go it alone. We support people living with epilepsy in Victoria and New South Wales, providing support and information, and funding research to find a cure.

Together, we can build a brighter future for people living with epilepsy and their families.

How it works for the Victoria & New South Wales Walk for Epilepsy

1 in 25 Australians will develop epilepsy in their lifetime.

That’s up to one million Australians in need of support, research and a cure.

But one person can make all the difference in the world.

Join us this October as we Walk for Epilepsy. Rack up your kilometres however you like—walk, cycle, run, jog, hop—whatever works for you!

By taking part and raising funds, you can have a very real impact on people living with epilepsy all across the country.

A Virtual Event

Walk for Epilepsy takes place entirely online—take part from anywhere, whenever suits you. For 25 days in October, you can walk to add your distance to our collective total in support of people living with epilepsy.

Every dollar raised will go to your chosen epilepsy organisation, supporting peop
le in your community.

Contribute as many kilometres as you can. Every step you take, and every dollar you raise, will help make a difference.


The support we received in 2022/2023 from individuals, businesses, schools, Trusts, community groups and governments have:

Helped 1,875 People

The Epilepsy Foundation has helped over 1,875 people including young adults, families and senior citizens receive essential advice and care from our
epilepsy support team

1,367 Plans

The Epilepsy Foundation has assisted with 1,367 Epilepsy / Seizure Management plans and Emergency Medication Management plans keeping people safe during seizures

3,000 Calls

The Epilepsy Foundation has answered over 3,000 calls through our National Epilepsy Support Service, providing a listening ear, advice and information along with referrals to our epilepsy support team, community or government supports

8 Vital Research Projects

The Epilepsy Foundation has supported eight vital research projects focused on a better understanding of epilepsy, reducing the impact of epilepsy on a  person’s health, wellbeing and socioeconomic
situation, and potentially a cure

Trained 11,000 Individuals

The Epilepsy Foundation has trained around 11,000 people in education, disability, aged care, community and healthcare to recognise seizures and support those who have epilepsy in the schools or workplaces

Your continued support will enable us to help even more people. Thank you for caring. Visit www.epilepsyfoundation.org.au to learn more.


We would like to thank the following Walk for Epilepsy Partners:

National Supporting Partner

Partnerships with the Epilepsy Foundation:

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