I will host an event &
make an impact for
Queenslanders to
live well with epilepsy

 

Sign up now to create your own online fundraising page and receive your FREE event host kit. 

Host a high-tea, barbeque, dinner party, games night, fashion show, bingo, or trivia night.  Host at home, work or book a venue.  Make it as big or as effortless as you want.  The options are endless, and the choice is yours! 

Your online fundraising page handles all of your donations and issues tax-deductible receipts, fantastic for those who cannot attend but want to support your event.  Have fun raising money at your event with a raffle, bake-off, best dressed entry fee, anything you can think of! 

What you will receive… 

  1. A FREE event host kit 
  2. Your own online fundraising page to share your story, upload your photos and ask friends for support 
  3. Personal support – Our friendly team at Epilepsy Queensland are here to support you every step of the way. 
  4. Access to our fundraising downloads including posters, invitations, banners and thank you certificates for your donors and guests. 

Remember to share your photos with us - we love seeing the amazing things you do!  In your social media, use?#epilepsyqueensland and tag us @epilepsyqueensland for Facebook & LinkedIn or @epilepsyqld for Twitter & Insta - you can also email us.

Not sure what to do? No problem, call us on 1300 852 853 or email fundraising@epilepsyqueensland.com.au

Need some assistance or inspiration? 

Check out our featured fundraiser's below or click through to our Useful Info of FAQ's, resources and ideas.

Useful Info   

Inspired by her gandson Warner after his diagnosis with epilepsy at age 5... 

"Warner is non-verbal, but despite facing many challengers this little champion has a happy disposition and ready smile."

... Jean held at fundraising morning tea at home, as well as online for those who couldn't attend in person, raising a total of $1,806 to make her impact on epilepsy.

Liz wanted to do something a little different in honour of her son, Cooper (12), who lives with Dravet Syndrome, a rare and catastrophic form of epilepsy. 

"I want to raise funds to help bring awareness and education about epilepsy, which many people in our community live with every day."

Their idea? EGG MY HOUSE!!  For a donation, this Yeppoon family would deliver Easter eggs and additional items on Easter eve so it looks like the Easter Bunny has made a visit.  Making life easy for parents, a bit special for kids and helping a greater cause.

Egg My House was a success with over 30 orders Liz raised $1,589 to help Queenslanders with epilepsy to live well.