Join Team EpilepsyQLD by challenging yourself to run, walk, wheel or ride the 5-10 kilometer distance of the Bridge to Brisbane from the comfort of your hometown.

Complete it solo or share the kilometers between a team. Tackle it all in one go, or increase the challenge to complete the 5-10 kilometers every week for the month of August. It’s up to you!

If exercise is not your thing, we challenge you to get creative in matching the 5-10 kilometers during August. You could swim 5-10 kilometers, read 5-10 books or even bake 5-10 different cakes!

However you choose to take on Epilepsy Queensland's Virtual Run/Walk for Epilepsy, every dollar you raise will go towards helping Queenslanders living with epilepsy, giving them the confidence and assistance they need to increase their participation in life.

From here you can set up your personal online fundraising page to be shared with your friends, family and colleagues.  Every donation is then recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors. So what are you waiting for? Create your own online fundraising page today by clicking on the START FUNDRAISING button.

We will be with you every step of the way to help make your fundraising as easy and effective as possible. For more information please contact Lisa via or phone 07 3435 5000.

Epilepsy Queensland Inc

For nearly 50 years, Epilepsy Queensland has been assisting Queensland families touched by epilepsy. Services include education, counselling, information services, children’s and family support programs, specialised training programs, support groups and advocacy.

Epilepsy directly affects around 2% (1 in 50) of the population and still remains one of the most misunderstood conditions in today’s society. Approximately 100,000 Queensland children and adults have epilepsy which is more than muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, motor neurone disease, and several others combined. Anyone can be diagnosed at any age and Epilepsy Queensland helps to replace the fear and uncertainty with knowledge and empowerment.

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), it is doubtful there is any other medical condition so universally neglected due to a combination of social stigma, low profile and lack of resources. WHO recognises epilepsy as one of the world’s most common serious brain disorder.

Please help us to bring epilepsy out of the shadows and optimise life for people living with epilepsy. - Phone - 07 3435 5000

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