Chase Presents $45,000 to Epilepsy Foundation of Florida as winners of Chase Community Giving Spring 2011

MIAMI July 22, 2011 The JPMorgan Chase Foundation today presented a $45,000 check to the Epilepsy Foundation of Florida for being among the top vote-getter in round one of Chases Community Giving Spring 2011 Program.
EFOF was one of 100 organizations nationwide, and the only one from South Florida, to advance to the final round by earning thousands of votes from Facebook friends and supporters.

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Esman Foundation to fund free seizure clinics

The Saul and Theresa Esman Foundation recently provided funding to help save our free West Palm Beach and Delray Beach free seizure clinics. Due to county funding cuts, the clinics - running for over 35 years - were at risk of closing. Thanks to their generousity, hundreds of people with epilepsy can continue their medical care. After losing her husband, Theresa Esman created the Foundation to fund a spectrum of work in diseases such as diabetes, Alzheimer's, cancer and, now, epilepsy. Without the support of the Esman Foundation, the Epilepsy Foundation would have had to discontinue these vital clinics. In recognition of their generosity and support, the Palm Beach clinic program will now be named "The Saul & Theresa Esman Foundation Clinic for Epilepsy & Seizure Treatment".

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SENIORS AND SEIZURES

Date: 2/1/2010

Epilepsy Foundation of Florida partners with United Way to affer "Seniors & Seizures" services in Marion County


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