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Walk for Epilepsy!

1-25 October 2022

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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.

Sign up today!

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.

How it works

1. Register Online

Sign up for free! Pick your fundraising and kilometre targets to get started.

You’ll be given your very own
fundraising page to customise with a profile picture and description; access to your dashboard to log your distance and check up on your fundraising efforts; and access to our private Facebook group

2. Walk / Ride / Run

From 1 to 25 October, log your kilometres -either manually through your dashboard or by linking your Strava or Fitbit accounts.

See your achievement badges light up as you hit your milestones and watch the tallies grow as we all Walk for Epilepsy.

3. Get Social

Share your challenge via social media using the templates provided in the resources section of your dashboard.

Reach out to friends, family and colleagues and ask them to sponsor you.

Use #walkforepilepsy on social media and connect with our virtual community.

Thanks to our National Sponsor

  • Chris Obra just donated $100
  • Larissa Johnstone just donated $52.75
  • Marie Maddern just donated $52.75
  • Kelly Howard just donated $30
  • Deb Jenner just donated $52.75
  • The Gray Family just donated $52.75
  • Lee just donated $42.20
  • Emily & Jacob just donated $21.10
  • Anonymous just donated $25
  • Sean Hudson just donated $52.75
  • Kylie just donated $79.13
  • Kayla Haidley just donated $52.75
  • Julie Fields just donated $26.38
  • Sue Elliott just donated $35
  • Natalie Swain just donated $20
  • Love Ari & Dom ? just donated $26.38
  • Rob & Lesley just donated $52.75
  • Naomi Merenda just donated $105.50
  • Donna Heemi just donated $52.75
  • Thomas and Holly just donated $50



What is Walk for Epilepsy?

Walk for Epilepsy is an online fundraising event to support people living with epilepsy. You can participate anywhere in Australia (or the world), simply by signing up and setting your own kilometre and fundraising targets. Your efforts will make a real difference to improving the lives of people living with epilepsy.

Who organises Walk for Epilepsy?

Walk for Epilepsy was started by the Epilepsy Foundation in 2017. Since then we’ve grown into a national event, with partner organisations in every state and territory. By signing up, you can support either the Epilepsy Foundation, Epilepsy ACT, Epilepsy Centre, Epilepsy Queensland, Epilepsy Tasmania or Epilepsy WA.

How far do I have to walk?

That’s entirely up to you! You can set your own target when you register, tailored to whether you’d like to walk, run, swim or cycle. Pick from one of the pre-filled goals or set your own! You can also adjust your target at any point during the Walk.

How do I track my distance?

There are plenty of ways to keep track of your steps. By linking your Fitbit or Strava account, you can automatically sync your outings to the Walk for Epilepsy total head here for more details. If you’d rather add your kilometres manually, no problem! Just login to your account here, select ‘My Fitness Activity, and add your date and distance.

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