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About Our Auction
The purpose of this auction is to support the mission of Epilepsy Alliance Louisiana. We are dedicated to supporting those impacted by epilepsy in local communities by confronting the spectrum of challenges created by seizures. Your auction purchase helps us provide this support for the community.
Invoices will be sent immediately after the auction ends.
We are also accepting donations at www.epilepsylouisiana.org/ftm
Biltmore Estate 2 Night Trip
2 Night Stay at the Inn on Biltmore Estate (Asheville, NC)
Drew Brees Salute To Service Jersey w/ Inscription
One of a kind Drew Brees signed jersey
Joe Burrow 16x20 Signed LSU Photo
Surprise a Joe Burrow fan with this one of a kind signed photo
Joe Burrow Signed "The Duke" NFL Football
Surprise a Joe Burrow fan with this one of a kind signed football
Kendra Scott Jewelry Set
Shine in these beautiful pieces
Kristyn Starkovich Crab Painting
Enjoy Louisiana culture and decorate your home
Nashville Unplugged 3 Night Trip
3-Night Stay for 2
Red Stick Spice Private Cooking Lesson & Gift Box
Shreveport Night Out
1 Night Hotel Stay & Restaurant Gift Card
Vanessa Jakob Art
This stunning wall art will catch the light and dazzle your home decor.
About Epilepsy Alliance Louisiana
The Epilepsy Alliance Louisiana, EAL, was established in 1977 to provide services to individuals living with epilepsy. Since that time, EAL has continued to meet the needs of the community we serve. EAL is dedicated to improving the quality of life of people living with epilepsy and providing them the tools needed to succeed. EAL is based in Baton Rouge but serves the entire state. Our largest event in Baton Rouge, Seize the Day, started as a small advocacy event and has grown to reach an average of over 1600 people each year.
Over the years, EAL has added many new programs and expanded the reach of these programs including SPOKES (Support for Parents of Kids with Epilepsy and Seizures), which allows parents to build a community among themselves; Seizure First Aid and Safety Trainings, which trains community members on the importance of seizure recognition and first aid; Support Groups, which provide a connection to others battling epilepsy; and Case Management, which connects clients to needed resources within their communities. EAL currently has three full-time staff members and 50 volunteers, which assist with different events throughout the year. We annually serve about 4,000 people through all our programs.