Why It Matters

Understanding Epilepsy

3.4 Million people in the U.S. have epilepsy. 65 Million people globally have epilepsy
4th most common neurological condition worldwide. 1st most common childhood brain disorder in the U.S.
1 in 10 will have a seizure in their lifetime
1 in 26 will develop epilepsy in their lifetime
What We’re Doing

Inspiring change in our community.

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LACE’EM UP for Epilepsy Walk

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5th Quarter Epilepsy Awareness Campaign

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Pawn Stars Poker Run

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Studio 7 Art Programs

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Strike Out Epilepsy: Bowling Night

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Support Groups

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And More!

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Take Action

LACE’EM UP for Epilepsy Walk

This walk is a fun community event for spreading awareness and raising funds that allows those impacted by epilepsy to share stories of their journeys while connecting with others walking the same path (literally). By walking and talking, we are able to inspire others to do the same. As our numbers grow, even more people will take notice so we can raise even more awareness: more awareness = more funding = more research = A CURE.

The Hundley Foundation proudly hosts the LACE’EM UP for Epilepsy Walk annually in Arizona, California, and Nevada.

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Raise Awareness

5th Quarter Epilepsy Awareness Campaign

When the last second ticks off the clock and the game is over, there is still work to be done. The 5th Quarter campaign will educate others to break the silence surrounding epilepsy and seizures. It is a movement created to start meaningful conversations in an effort to encourage and empower the epilepsy community and let them know they are not alone in their pursuit of a seizure free existence. The 5th Quarter Epilepsy Awareness Campaign is a partnership between youth with epilepsy and college sports Nationwide.

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Drive Change

Pawn Stars Poker Run

Rick Harrison, known for the popular History Channel show Pawn Stars, generously raises funds for the Hundley Foundation by hosting an annual Poker Run in Las Vegas, Nevada. Harrison leads bikers on a motorcycle ride that culminates in a charity poker game and after-party celebration for both riders and guests.

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Get Updated

Studio 7 Art

Studio 7 is a free art therapy program designed for individuals of all ages living with epilepsy or other disabilities and their families. Oftentimes, these individuals cannot express themselves in traditional ways. Art provides an opportunity to bridge these gaps by providing various avenues of expression—including emotional, social and physical. We hope Studio 7 will help individuals become more confident and develop a belief that there is more to life than just their diagnosis, while simultaneously learning new skills, meeting new friends and having a spectacular day.

Each session will be held at the studio of a local artist and usually consist of three to four classes. Individuals and families are encouraged to attend multiple sessions to help build relationships with others traveling similar journeys. Upon completion of the program, artists will have their artwork professionally photographed and displayed at future foundation events.

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Take Action

Strike Out Epilepsy Bowling Night

Join the Hundley Foundation as we celebrate the summer with Strike Out Epilepsy. This is a a free community event for friends and family to connect and meet other with similar epilepsy journeys. Bowling, shoe rental, food and drinks are FREE for families to attend.

The Hundley Foundation proudly hosts our Strike Out Epilepsy Bowling Night annually in Nevada and California.

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Support

It’s Okay, Let’s Talk: Epilepsy Support Group

We offer support groups for individuals living with epilepsy to share, learn, and grow together as they forge ahead on the road of their life and let them know they are not alone in the pursuit of a seizure free existence.

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And More!

Support, Strengthen & Uplift the Epilepsy Community

Empowering the epilepsy community through impactful initiatives and inclusive programs is what we’re all about. Get involved and be a catalyst for positive change in the lives of those touched by epilepsy.

  • Travel grants, benefitting families with children receiving care at epilepsy centers
  • Grants for medical therapy equipment for epilepsy
  • Invest in new innovative technologies
  • Epilepsy education conferences
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Here’s how you can help…

$25 pays for registration & supplies for 1 individual with epilepsy to attend one Studio 7 Art

$50 pays for registration & supplies for 2 individuals with epilepsy to attend one evening of Strike Out Epilepsy Bowling

$100 provides 5th Quarter Epilepsy Awareness gear to one youth football team

$1,000 provides funds to scholarship recipients for tuition, books, room and board, and more.

$2,500 covers the expenses for 3 children/teens with epilepsy to attend Adaptive Sports River Rafting Trip in the Grand Canyon

Support

Create lasting change with us.

Embark with us on a path of empowerment and learning. Your contribution, no matter the size, significantly aids families facing epilepsy and other disabilities. Together, let’s reshape the narrative and redefine the experience of living with epilepsy.

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