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As a non-profit agency with a large service area, the Epilepsy Alliance Ohio relies heavily upon volunteers to provide services and help in raising necessary funds. Volunteers assist in many ways. Some of these include:

Camp Flame Catcher

Voulnteers assist at camp as counselors. They lead the children to various activities and help the staff to create a fun, yet safe atmosphere at camp. Volunteers may help out for the day or may spend the entire weekend or week at camp. Volunteers must complete a background check before working with children.

Community Education

Volunteers play a key role in assisting our Community Educator as he provides the community with important facts about epilepsy and dispels many of the myths associated with the disorder. After going through an intense training orientation, volunteers assist with in-services and with the ever-popular “Kids on the Block” puppetry presentations.

Day Activity Program

Located in Clermont County near Owensville, this program works with approximately 30 adults with disabilities on a daily basis. Monday through Friday, volunteers assist in leading programs. Opportunities are also available in the summer to assist with the horticulture and animal programs at the Center. Training and supervision are provided to make this a positive experience for all.

Special Events

Throughout the year, the agency hosts a number of special events to provide necessary funds for its many programs. Volunteers assist by serving on Planning Committees, helping to procure donations, working at the event and much more. Presently, the Epilepsy Alliance annually hosts:

  • Emerald Miles 5K Run/Walk-Cincinnati/Newport near St. Patrick’s Day
  • Run to Erase Epilepsy-Columbus in April
  • Taylor Huth Memorial Golf Outing-Cincinnati in June
  • Frog Legs 5K-Cincinnati in August
  • Run to Erase Epilepsy-Mason in Novmeber
  • Stroll for Epilepsy -Columbus in January
  • Sand Volleyball-Columbus in July
  • Seize Hope Gala-Cincinnati in November


Thanks for your willingness to make a difference in the life of a person with epilepsy!