Epilepsy Foundation raises $10,582 at their Bowl to END EPILEPSY Fundraiser

From the desk of Kennedy Lawton, Marketing, Communications + Special Events Coordinator for the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York.

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The Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York held their 28th annual bowling fundraiser, Bowl to END EPILEPSY on Monday, June 10 at Spare Time – Latham, raising $10,582. This year brought over 150 bowlers!

The evening began as bowlers all over northeastern New York flocked to Spare Time to raise funds for the foundation and raise awareness for the estimated 45,000 living with epilepsy in the 22 counties the EF serves. Members of the Albany Empire, our areas leading arena football team, signed autographs and took photographs with adoring fans.

We thank our major sponsors for this year’s event which include Times Union, WVCR 88.3 The Saint, NeuroPace, Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Auto/Mate, Sonic of the Capital Region, and Greenwich Biosciences. All of the proceeds from the event are used to support the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York’s programs and services including educational programs, case management, advocacy, support networks and counseling.

The Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York, Inc. is a non-profit organization which offers an array of services to people with epilepsy, their families and the community at large in 22 counties in northeastern New York, including the Capital Region, the North Country, and the Upper Hudson Valley.  To contact our office, please call (518) 456-7501 or visit www.epilepsy.com/northeastern-new-york.

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