Young Epilepsy urges Brits to dress in their pyjamas for Purple Day

Young Epilepsy urges Brits to dress in their pyjamas for Purple Day

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Vicki Kennedy, Director of Fundraising and External Relations, says: “Epilepsy is a complex condition and getting a good night’s sleep can be an important factor in managing it. So although the ‘PJs for Purple Day’ campaign is a fun way to encourage fundraising, it seemed a poignant way to encourage people to get involved too.  There are 112,000 young people across the UK with the condition and we work on their behalf to tackle the issues they face in their daily lives. Our pioneering research programme helps to ensure we understand more about the condition and its impact and deliver societal change as well as empowering young people to bring about change themselves.

We hope you’ll support us by putting on your PJs and donating.” 

To take part in Pyjama Day, click on the link here where you are able to download a sponsorship form and posters or visit www.youngepilepsy.org.uk.

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