Volunteers are an important part of the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota (EFMN). Whether you’re supporting youth with epilepsy during our summer camp programs, helping out at the United in Epilepsy Regional Walks, or being an active advocate for our policy and advocacy initiatives, EFMN couldn’t do this work without you.  

Volunteer opportunities are announced in the monthly EFMN newsletter. To stay up-to-date on what we have going on, please sign up for our newsletter. Thank you for supporting the EFMN community!

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Thriving with Epilepsy

Meet Kevin Reed

Kevin Reed is an active EFMN volunteer. He was diagnosed with epilepsy after suffering three tonic-clonic seizures during college and has since used his passion for photography to show others that living with epilepsy doesn’t have to be a barrier to reaching your goals and dreams.

Read Kevin's Story
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