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Novotel

Novotel

With the travel commitments and time pressures of implementing nationwide Support Trusts great accommodation is essential. The Foundation is extremely grateful to Novotel throughout NZ who so brilliantly support the Foundation in accommodation and the use of meeting facilities. Special …

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Epilepsy Foundation Ambassadors

All Black, come TV presenter, Ian Jones and acclaimed NZ artist Reuben Paterson (pictured) are current Epilepsy Foundation ambassadors. The support and generosity both Ian and Reuben have shown the Epilepsy Foundation has been exceptional. Ian was an exceptional MC …

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Sam Ramlu

Method Studio – Facebook and Newsletter

Huge thanks go to Sam Ramlu (pictured) and her colleagues at Method Studio. Method has created and maintained the Foundations Facebook page and oversees our newsletter distribution. With social media playing a major role in communication, 2014 will see additional …

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Cornelis Catchi

Catchi – Conversion Rate Optimisation

Catchi’s Cornelius Boerntjes, is a hero for the Epilepsy Foundation. Upon hearing the Foundations requirements to support tens of thousands of New Zealanders living with epilepsy, Cornelius set about introducing the Foundation to various pro bono partners he felt could …

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A Superb 2013 for the Epilepsy Foundation

2013 has been an enormously successful year for the Epilepsy Foundation. While we all agree, a cure for epilepsy would be excellent, support for those living with the condition must be forthcoming as and when required. Having received many calls …

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Robin Neels – A Tragic Loss

It is with extreme sadness the Epilepsy Foundation mourns  the passing of Epilepsy Bay of Plenty Support Trust trustee, Robin Neels. In the night of December 26 2013, Robin had a seizure from which he did not recover and sadly …

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Ray Kerr MBE 1930 – 2013

After a courageous battle with illness Ray passed away peacefully at home aged 83. Ray dedicated decades of his life to support New Zealanders living with Epilepsy, which deservedly earned him the title MBE. The Epilepsy Foundation is extremely great …

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