Tuesday, 26th March is International Epilepsy Awareness Day (Purple Day) and the Meath Epilepsy Charity is lighting up Guildford, Godalming and Cranleigh as part of a Campaign to improve awareness of epilepsy. It costs £6.5m to keep the Meath operational which is £17k per day. We receive £5.5m in care packages and the remainder has to be fundraised. This forthcoming awareness campaign from the Meath Epilepsy Charity shines light on the hidden and often misunderstood condition and aims to increase the understanding of epilepsy that affects 1:100 people.
If you have enjoyed the purple lights and would like to make a donation to the Meath, then please do so via this page.
If you would like to find out about other ways in which you can support us this Purple Day, please visit our website www.meath.org.uk
Thank you for your support.