Epilepsy Foundation

Virtual Volunteers


Virtual Volunteers

Virtual Volunteers are those who are able to lend a hand to help with the Foundation's national and local online presence.

Members: 112
Latest Activity: Oct 7, 2014

Volunteer Description

Do you like to post on message boards, blog, or communicate through social networking tools? Then volunteer from the convenience of you own home! Tell people about epilepsy and make a huge difference for those affected by the condition!

We need you to help us get information out about epilepsy. With your help, we will ensure that people with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences; and will prevent, control and cure epilepsy through research, education, advocacy and services.

* Students in highschool are enouraged to apply to fulfill their volunteer hours.


* Writing/Typing
* Reading
* Willingness to help others
* 2 hours a month committment
* Computer knowledge
* Connection to the internet

Here is how it works:
Look for posts from one of our affilate offices and reply back to that person with the amount of hours you can dedicate to their project. Someone from the affiliate office will contact you if you are a good match for their project.

Discussion Forum


Started by Karen L Catlin. Last reply by Tonia Carter Mar 4, 2012. 8 Replies


Started by Kari Lynne Brauer. Last reply by Roxanne Dec 16, 2009. 1 Reply

2 hr. a month commitment

Started by cmscribbles. Last reply by cmscribbles Oct 29, 2009. 18 Replies

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Comment by Don E. Rosenblam on March 12, 2014 at 3:38pm

Hope all is well with everyone. I am now seizure free for 8 years after the corrective surgery, and trying to get my drivers license. I am also trying to become a volunteer with my local chapter for Epileptic Foundation Northwest. I hope to be able to support others that have seizure activity still and start a support group in the Bend Redmond area in Oregon. 

Comment by Filippo Biondo on February 11, 2014 at 3:49am

Service dogs can be a wonderful help 

& friendship also ! good luck with it and

best wishes and regards from Mom & i !

Comment by AndresBity on February 10, 2014 at 6:56pm

Hope everyone is doing well in here today. So far I have not had a seizure in awhile, and I am hoping to keep it that way. Though I am going to speak to my doctor about a service dog.

Comment by Filippo Biondo on February 9, 2014 at 4:09am

Hi All,

Hope all is blessed and well for you

and your friends and families this coming

Saint Valentine's Day Week ! Best Wishes !


Comment by Pam Sullens on February 7, 2014 at 7:08pm

Hello there. I just found this site and really would like to help-but can't seem to have any type of place to begin. Why is the last post been so long ago/It's now 02/07/2014!

Comment by Monica Perez on May 20, 2013 at 4:40pm

Hi, am very active in virtual volunteering, mostly about animal rights.  Hope to help out!

Comment by EDIE WISE on March 2, 2013 at 8:52pm

I want you  to know  that  have  had  seizure all my life  and am 57  and I could  tell you what it  like going through a seizure it's no fun  at  all  I haven't had one till last Wed I had stare seizure and my husband and my mother were with mr my mother nows what it's like to go throgh one she has been with me  till I got married in 1982 so the seizure are no fun I hope that I hear from you soon,

Comment by Filippo Biondo on March 1, 2013 at 3:43pm

Hello one & all at Virtual Volunteers!

We are glad to join in & are hoping

to be of help! So thank you for letting

us join in your interesting group!

Comment by keritiger on March 1, 2012 at 6:12pm

I would be happy to try to volunteer some time to helping the cause.  I currently have seizures myself and they can't seem to quite figure out what's "causing the storm" in my head.  So if I can help some other people out, great!  I was volunteering at the hospital and going to college but had to stop because of the toll my seizures were taking on me.  It's also hard being a mom too!    Just let me know where I can help out.

Comment by Tonia Carter on January 28, 2012 at 11:34pm

My name is Tonia. I have an 18 year old son who was diagnosed with Epilepsy at the age of 6. We have been through nearly every medication possible. My son has a VNS and has been through many hours of vigourous tests and such due to the hard time we've had in controlling his seizures.

I LOVE doing research about various things. I enjoy being able to talk with others who deal with seizures. I would love to see or actually start an epilepsy "club" in my small town but have no idea where I would even start.

I am my son's advocate in his school meetings and his job. I know from personal experience the wear and tear this horrid illness can have on a parent and I know the heartfelt hurt it brings when a parent has to sit back and see their child have a seizure and know there's really nothing we can do to help.

My desire is to be an advocate for any person and to help as many people as I can. I adore my son for his strength and his stubbornness which helps him avoid Epilepsy getting the best of him.

I'm always here for an encouraging word or a listening ear.

Tonia - Kentucky


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