How to make a Donation to the Epilepsy Association

Your generous contribution to the Epilepsy Association will provide support for the services offered by the agency to individuals and families in northeast Ohio. If you have questions about donations, please call the Development Department of the Epilepsy Association at (216) 579-1330.

Donate Online

To make a donation to the Epilepsy Association, please click on the logo below for a link to the agency's online donation page.


Gifts in Honor or Remembrance

A memorial/honor donation to the Epilepsy Association is a meaningful way to remember or honor someone special to you. When your donation is received, the Epilepsy Association will send an acknowledgment to the person or family you indicate, notifying them of your thoughtfulness.

To make a donation by credit card, please inform us of the name of the person you are remembering, and the family contact information for memorial acknowledgments. For honor gifts, please include the name and contact information of the person you are honoring. To make your donation, please click here


 A donation form is on-line for your convenience if you are making a donation by check.

Mail gifts to the Epilepsy Association, 2831 Prospect Avenue, Cleveland Oh 44115.




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Epilepsy Association  2831 Prospect Ave  Cleveland, Ohio 44115-2606
Phone: 216-579-1330