Pledge for Purple Day

Where's the purple?

If we see someone in pink, we all know what he or she is supporting. If we see someone wearing red, most of us will recognize his or her cause. But, very few people are aware that purple is the color of epilepsy...OUR COLOR! We need to change that. We need to make purple appear in every community! With your help, purple can become an important color every day - not just one day a year on March 26th, the international day of epilepsy awareness. To do this, The Anita Kaufmann Foundation launched the Pledge for Purple Day campaign so that you can play a very personal role in reducing stigma and getting the facts out in your community.

Our goal is to raise $200,000 from November through March 26th, one dollar for each of the estimated 200,000 persons diagnosed with epilepsy in the United States each year. After all, it's up to us to spread the word about epilepsy!

Participate in Pledge for Purple Day

The campaign begins on November 1 in honor of National Epilepsy Awareness Month, and runs through March 26th, Purple Day®.

Here's how it works:Pledge for Purple Day Donation Can

  • Download and print the Pledge for Purple Day label and affix it to a container for coin collection. (See our sample at right – large soup cans work great!) To print 2 labels per sheet, download our Dual Label template.
  • Send your name, phone number, email and mailing addresses to annmarie@akfus.org, and we will send you materials about epilepsy and seizure first aid to help increase awareness and enhance your donation cans’ success.
  • Twice a month, retrieve your containers and send the monies collected to The Anita Kaufmann Foundation by mail or PayPal.

By Mail: Please make your check out to "The Anita Kaufmann Foundation" and mail to:

The Anita Kaufmann Foundation
PO Box 11
New Milford, NJ 07646

By PayPal:

Click the yellow donate button below and you will be redirected to our secure PayPal donation page.

 

If you have any questions about the campaign, contact Ann Marie Bezuyen at 845-800-5158 or by email at annmarie@akfus.org.

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