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Ways to Donate

Donate Online

Donate quickly and easily online with our secure online donation system. Give a one-time donation or choose to show your support on an on-going basis.

Donate By Mail


Please make check payable to:
Epilepsy Foundation Washington


Epilepsy Foundation Washington
2311 N. 45th St., #134
Seattle, WA 98103

Donate Over the Phone


CALL: 800.213.5821





Thank you for your generous donation.

By supporting the Epilepsy Foundation Washington, you’re ensuring the 75,000 people living with epilepsy in Washington state receive support, resources, educational and social programs necessary for them to lead full, productive and healthy lives. The Epilepsy Foundation Washington depends on caring individuals, companies and service organizations to fund programs that directly impact the lives of children and adults living with epilepsy in Washington. The Epilepsy Foundation Washington is funded independently by individuals, corporations and foundations. We depend on Washington communities to support our programs and services.

Programs and services provided by the Epilepsy Foundation Washington support people living with epilepsy in the state. Our fight against seizure disorders cannot be possible without the continued support of people like you. Thank you again for your gift.

For more information, contact or call the Epilepsy Foundation Washington office at: 206-487-5251.


11 More Easy Ways to Donate

Send Check or Money Order

Send Check or Money Order to:
Epilepsy Foundation Washington,
2311 N. 45th St., #134, Seattle, WA 98103

Donate by Phone

Call 800-213-5821 to donate over the phone.

Matching Gifts

Find out whether your employer will match your charitable gift to the Epilepsy Foundation Washington. Double your donation! Ask your employer for more details.

A Gift in Memory or Honor

Honor someone special or recognize an important event – a birthday, a wedding, a graduation – with a memorial or commemorative gift.

Gifts of Stock

If you own stock or other investments that have increased in value, you may be able to take advantage of additional tax savings. Often a gift can be made with little more than a phone call to your stockbroker.

Wills and Bequests

Leave a legacy or bequest for the Epilepsy Foundation Washington in your will. We can provide you with sample language to share with your legal advisor. No matter what your financial circumstances are, this is a great way to leave a legacy gift to the Epilepsy Foundation Washington.

Life Insurance

If you have a life insurance policy you no longer need, consider using it to help people with epilepsy. Simply designate the Epilepsy Foundation Washington as the beneficiary of the policy.

Charitable Gift Annuity

Tax benefits and a high level of a steady, reliable stream of payments have long made charitable gift annuities a favorite giving vehicle. Gift annuity donors receive the security of a generous, regular, non-fluctuating stream of payments and an end to dramatic swings in the financial marketplace.

Charitable Trusts

A charitable trust offers a way for donors to make a gift while retaining benefits for themselves or their families. Similar to other types of trusts, the exact terms are quite flexible, except the amount distributed at its termination (the remainder) is paid to a charitable beneficiary. Trusts such as these can offer unique income and estate tax benefits as well as providing a stream of payments to the beneficiaries.

Gifts of Real Estate

Real Estate is usually transferred to charitable recipients by deed, just as if you had sold the property. You may also gift property through your will or other estate plans. Simply notify your estate attorney about your wishes.

Corporate Sponsors

Corporate sponsorships are available for many Epilepsy Foundation Washington activities including the annual Camp Discovery summer camp for kids, the annual Walks to End Epilepsy, annual public education conferences, and the annual Light the Flame Dinner Gala.


For more information, contact or call the Epilepsy Foundation Washington office at: 206-487-5251.