Our supporters are a group of extraordinary individuals, organisations and corporates who continue to demonstrate unwavering committment to making a real difference to the lives of families touched by epilepsy.

Epilepsy Action Australia is proud to acknowledge the generosity of the following supporters who have helped make MyEpilepsyKey a reality.

Special Thanks

Our sincerest thanks to Vivian Greig, who continues to support Epilepsy Action Australia and keep Tony’s Epilepsy Legacy alive, enabling thousands of Australians across the country the chance of leading better lives.


Our sincerest thanks also go to former Chairman of the Epilepsy Action Australia Board, Graham Cowley and his wife Diane, long-time supporters and friends of the organisation.

Lotterywest, established in 1932, runs the lottery in Western Australia. It held its first lottery and made its first grants distribution in March 1933. Lotterywest is a fully privately owned not-for-profit organisation. With the generous support of Lotterywest, Epilepsy Action Australia has undertaken various projects for Western Australians impacted by epilepsy, such as therapeutic residential programs for children and youth with epilepsy and their families.  Recently Lotterywest made a significant gift, which enables us to launch ‘MyEpilepsyKey’ in WA.


UCB is a global biopharmaceutical company based in Brussels, Belgium with a focus on neurology and immunology.  They have more than 7,500 people in all four corners of the globe, and are inspired by patients and driven by science.  Everything they do starts with one simple question: “How can we create more value for people living with severe diseases?”.

The key element of their evolution is to focus on the delivery of increased patient value.  There is no such thing as an “average patient”.  They aim to use all the tools, channels and scientific advances at their disposal to develop a better understanding of the various expressions of a disease and embed the real needs of specific patient populations in their science and innovation process.

Better understanding the reality of patients living with neurological and immunological disorders enables them to take a more holistic approach to care, ensuring that ultimately the right drug and the right care reaches the right patients in order for them to live the lives they choose.

PANDORA designs, manufactures and markets hand-finished and contemporary jewellery made from high quality materials at affordable prices. With so much to love, PANDORA’s stylish and sentimental charms, bracelets, rings, earrings and necklaces are the perfect choice for women to express their unique style. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in Copenhagen, PANDORA is sold in more than 100 countries on six continents through approximately 8,900 points of sale, including 1,900 concept stores.

Brien’s Winther, PANDORA Australia President comments, “Our decision to support Epilepsy Action Australia was initially sparked when we became aware of the unanticipated funding shortfall they faced for Purple Day earlier this year. Then when the serious implications of epilepsy touched the Pandora team, we felt compelled to contribute to the MyEpilepsyKey initiative in a bid to help make the lives of those impacted by epilepsy safer and happier.”

The John and Mary McAlister Howden Charitable Trust

We are very grateful for the generous support from The John and Mary McAlister Howden Charitable Trust towards MyEpilepsyKey.  The funding is vital for Epilepsy Action Australia to produce and distribute the Keys for people impacted by epilepsy in Victoria.

Major Supporters of MyEpilepsyKey

Community Supporters of MyEpilepsyKey

  • Helen Bowden
  • Milton and Brenda Lasnitzki
  • Allport Bequest
  • Cabramatta Bowling & Recreation Club
  • Chatswood RSL Club
  • Club Central
  • Community Support Levy administered by Tasmanian Government
  • Rooty Hill RSL Club
  • Tingari-Silverton Foundation
  • Ashfield RSL Club
  • Canada Bay Club
  • Club Rocky’s
  • Commercial Club (Albury)
  • Goulburn Soldiers Club
  • Goulburn Workers Club
  • Hornsby RSL Club
  • Kingsgrove RSL Club
  • Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust
  • North Ryde RSL Community Club
  • Petersham RSL Club
  • Ramsgate RSL Memorial Club
  • West Pennant Hills Sports Club