The Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona has chosen to re-imagine the former Annual Waves of Change for Epilepsy Gala. In 2021 we are proud to announce the inaugural Epilep-TEA Party, presented by Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's, and celebrated by UCB, on Sunday, November 7th from 1pm - 4pm. Advocates and supporters for epilepsy from across the state will come together at the Clayton House to honor individuals dedicated to furthering awareness and recognizing achievements within the Arizona epilepsy community.

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What to Expect

1:00PM - Registration OPENS

1:00PM - 2:30PM - Brunch Appetizers, Open Bar, Lawn Games, Wine Ring Toss (Win a bottle!), Mystery Boxes

2:30PM - Everyone joins together at their Table for Dessert

2:45PM - Program Begins

3:30PM - Check Out Opens - Pay for and pick up any items

4:00PM - Sad to see you go, but excited for next year!

 

Attire

Join us for the EpilepTEA Party in your Sunday Best! Think Garden Party; Tea Party; Derby Party: After Church Social! Tea Hats are WELCOME! 

Hosted By

Epilepsy Foundation
Questions? Please contact Allie Anderson

Location

The Clayton House, North 75th Street, Scottsdale, AZ, USA

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Help over 77,000 (including 11,200 children) people in Arizona living with the challenges of epilepsy.

On November 7, 2021 the Epilepsy Foundation Arizona will be hosting a first of its kind Signature Fundraising Event in Arizona, the Epilep-TEA Party, to bring more local awareness to epilepsy. We appreciate our partners helping to raise awareness for epilepsy alongside 100% of event proceeds support programs, client services, advocacy, including, but not limited to: 

  • Camp Candlelight - Our camp program provides a safe and secure camping experience for children and teens. Campers gain a greater understanding of their own diagnosis and treatment, develop peer-to-peer support, increase independence and self-confidence, discover new skills and interests, and develop the skills they need to be leaders, advocates and champions in their everyday lives. For many young people, attending camp candlelight with other kids who have epilepsy can change their lives.
  • Seizure Training & Education - The Epilepsy Foundation provides community-based training and education for those that work with people impacted by epilepsy.   There are more than 77,000 people, including 11,200 children, with epilepsy in Arizona - and this training keeps them safe and supported in their local communities.
  • Advocacy- The Epilepsy Foundation advocates for those in our community who need a voice - at the local, state, and federal levels. We inform and educate elected officials with information to needed to draft legislation that will improve the lives of people with epilepsy and their families.  
  • Information and Referral Services - The Epilepsy & Seizures 24/7 Helpline has trained information specialists standing by to answer your questions about epilepsy and seizures and provide you with help, hope, support, guidance, and access to national and local resources.
  • SUDEP and Bereavement Support - The Epilepsy Foundation provides accurate information and compassionate support is provided for families who have lost a loved one to SUDEP and other epilepsy related deaths.
  • Research and Innovation - The Epilepsy Foundation supports funding and policies that promote research and innovation into better understanding of the epilepsies and into developing new treatments and devices.