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Joanne Mumford

Jo's raising money for Epilepsy

Raising Lots for Epilepsy Action because Epilepsy IS important

80 %
raised of £2,000 target
by 33 supporters
  • Event: ABSEIL, 17 Mar 2013

Epilepsy Action

We advise, campaign and care to improve lives of everyone with epilepsy.

Charity Registration No. 234343


I want to raise money and awareness of epilepsy.

100% of any money raised will go to Epilepsy Action



In 2014 i plan to 

* Have a spring fair (march 29th 2014 - 11am-3pm at st Bartholomews church hall in herne bay) - EVERYONE WELCOME PUBLIC EVENT

* Purple day fun (march 26th) - look around herne bay for a clue!

* National doodle day event with friends. 

* Epilepsy awareness Christmas fair



* Abseiled 200ft down miller house in maidstone!

* Made jewellery with 100% going to epilepsy action

* October fundraiser at my house



Those of you who know me will know that I have Epilepsy, and have had since the age of 4.

The last 4 years epilepsy (the beast) has taken away almost everything that normal life is for the average person in her 20’s... My relationship, my job, driving licence and freedom have suffered. Ive been in and out of hospitals all over the country, Been in Intensive care 3 times in the past 3 years, tried various different medications and i still am trying to find the right combination of treatment that will work to stop the seizures and allow me to life a normal (or at least seizure free) exictance. 
However the past few years have also been where i have become the strongest and bounciest and far more resiliant than i have ever been. Ive become much more patient and even learnt about the more creative side of life by trying many forms of craft.

Epilepsy has allowed me to meet and become friends with some lovely people who I wouldn’t have met otherwise. Yet its also shown me the nasty side of society when people laugh and make fun instead of learning and helping.

Money raised goes towards researching for new medications, the cost of the wonderful saphire nurses, helplines, leaflets and education. 

Epilepsy Action has helped me personally.... ive many great saphire nurses, Drs who are fantastic and can produce leflets to help almost every part of life with epilepsy and the Epilepsy Action helpline can be a life saver.

With epilepsy you never know what is going to happen next but Epilepsy action are fighiting of a cure and this is why I want to raise money and awareness of epilepsy.

I pray everyday a cure will be found. 


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