Become a Virtual Shipmate
Use the pink + button on the upper right of the map to add yourself as a Sail For Epilepsy Virtual Shipmate! Select your location and let us know how you’re going to take
to live a fuller life. If you choose, upload a photo and include your name at the end of your story. Or, you can click the button below to submit your information, sign up for our newsletter, and we’ll add your story to the map. One More Step
Can you take one extra step to do something you haven’t done before, with the necessary guardrails in place?
To recognize your courage, we’ll add your first name to our hull so that you can come along for this exciting voyage.
Meet some of our Virtual Shipmates
Chanda, Shirley, MA. I’m going to run a 5k!
Catherine, Bridgewater, MA Ensuring my daughter lives her life to her greatest potential.
Grant, Nashville, TN I am Grant Adams, and I have intractable epilepsy. I don’t let it define me nor anyone else. Anthony, Milford, CT Continuing to show up every day as a brave 6-year-old who deals with the fears of doctors appts, needles, and epilepsy related issues. Addyson, Glen Burrnie, MD I am going to spread awareness about epilepsy at school. Roberta, Bartow, FL By being brave and courageous , I have epilepsy and am battling stage 4 cancer. Diane, Schwenksville PA I would like to remember and honor my 20 year old grandson Erick Milbourne who died from SUDEP on Jan 24, 2015. Amber, Denver, CO Providing messages of hope and encouraging everyone not to give up!
Haley, Danbury CT. I’m never giving up! Eddie, Lincolnshire, United Kingdom Walk 100km in June 2021 Caweonlan, Revere MA Exercising more. I started taking skiing lessons. I always wear my helmet. Helen, Leeds, United Kingdom Walking 100 mile for Epilepsy Society Charity. To raise money. Jamie, Yorktown, VA Trying to get out in nature more often such as riding horses or taking a walk when I can’t get out to the barn. Loretta, Cincinnati, OH I’m going to start taking my dogs to the park on as many days as the weather allows. Kiana, Scotia, NY I am going to continue to overcome and not let epilepsy bring me down. Never give up!
Sonny, Clarksville, TX Continuing to raise awareness in our community, starting with my school so no more of my brother’s team mates and friends have to suffer from having a seizure during a sporting event.
Joannie, Port Jefferson, NY Doing NIA, A Body, Mind, & Soul form of exercise
Cassandra, Portsmouth, NH Living daily by my personal motto: “While I can’t control what happens to me in life, I CAN control how I respond”. I will use creative arts to turn obstacles into new successes.