Our Christmas Cards

10 March 2009
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It's nearly that time of year...

Please support Epilepsy Ireland this Christmas...

So don't forget to Order your Christmas Cards now!

All proceeds go directly in to maintaining and helping support our new services.

Sending Epilepsy Ireland Charity Christmas Cards is a great way to remember those near and dear while also supporting a charity that is close to your heart.

A box of 12 with 6 different designs costs just €10 including postage. Cards are printed on high quality card. Call us for a sample.

All cards printed & produced in Ireland, thereby supporting Irish Jobs

Funds raised go directly to support our ongoing & new services. 

Some of the New services this year:

  • The STEPS self management Programme.
  • Toolkit ( A bumper pack of information) for newly diagnosed people and parents with children recently diagnosed).

We are also launching the Epilepsy Deaths Register... This very important project will in time hopefully give us a better picture on how many people die from epilepsy each year and the circumstances and cause of death, and what if any future preventive measures can be put in place to minimise the risks. 

We are also will be planning to have Epilepsy Transitional Nurse Service for Teenagers & Adolescents within the next year. 

 

How to order:

Option 1 - Download The Order Form below and return to us with payment
Option 2 - Order by phone by calling 01 4557500
Option 3 - Order online in the EpilepsyIrelandShop

Cork supporters - you can also order and collect the cards from our office at 35 Washington Street. Supporters in other areas of the country may also be able to buy cards from their local office - please check with the CRO in your area. For regional contact details, click here.

Attached Documents

PDF icon Christmas Card & Calendar Booking Form (Cards_and_Calendar_2014.pdf | 4.54 MB)

 

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