March is Epilepsy Awareness Month and we want you to be a part of the initiative.
Purple Day was started to let people living with epilepsy know they were not alone. On March 26 join the many schools, businesses and individuals around the province wearing Purple!
If you’d like to make your Purple Day a fundraiser for ENL you can host different events. Ask people to make a donation with their shirts, have a bake sale, sell ribbons or tattoos, ask trivia about epilepsy and seizures or host a totally different event unique to you.
Make sure to take lots of photos! We would love to share your experience on social media and our website. Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter @epilepsynl to keep up to date throughout Purple Day! #PurpleDay2019 #EpilepsyNL
We would like to thank the following schools for participating in Purple Day 2017: Bay D’Espoir Academy, Exploits Valley High, Holy Cross All Grade, Lake Academy, Larkhall Academy, Mealy Mountain High School, Newtown Elementary, Pasadena Academy, Point Lemaington Academy, St. Mary’s Elementary, Upper Gullies Elementary, Woodland Elementary, St. Mary’s All Grade, Bayside Academy, McDonald Junior High, Lakeside Academy, Gros Mourne Academy, William Mercer Academy, King School, Goulds Elementary, Roncalli Elementary, St Kebin’s High Schoool.
March is Epilepsy Awareness Month and we want your school to be a part of the initiative.
Purple Day was started to let people living with epilepsy know they were not alone. On March 24 join the many schools around the province wearing Purple!
You can host different events to fundraise money for ENL. Ask people to make a donation with their shirts, have a bake sale, sell ribbons or tattoos, ask trivia about epilepsy and seizures or host a totally different event unique to your school.
If your school does not want to have a fundraiser, simply wear purple and learn about seizures. This month is about awareness and ending the stigma associated with this neurological disorder. This day can be used as a learning opportunity to teach children about epilepsy and first aid.
If your school is located in the St. John’s metro are, you can book free education session with ENL to help continue the learning experience.
After Purple Day, please return all funds raised to:
Epilepsy Newfoundland and Labrador
351 Kenmount Road
St. John’s, NL