We helped Australia’s largest Epilepsy support organisation fulfill the legacy of cricket hero Tony Greig by giving a life changing tool to the 250,000 Australians living with Epilepsy.
We are very proud and excited to announce that the “Key to Living with Epilepsy” website that we built for Epilepsy Action Australia is now live and ready for your donations! This campaign aims to raise $1 million to assist sufferers of epilepsy self-manage their condition and significantly improve their quality of life.
Epilepsy Action Australia (EAA) is a national provider of education and support services for people living with epilepsy, their families, professional service providers and the general public. It is the oldest and largest epilepsy support organization in Australia and they have over 60 years experience supporting the community.
The late cricket hero and epilepsy sufferer Tony Greig had been the Director of the EAA board for 19 years up until his passing. He played a significant role in the development of a National Services Strategy that incorporated innovative digital solutions to meet the needs of Australians wherever they live. This campaign has been created in his honour.
The “Key to Living with Epilepsy” campaign is raising funds to fulfill Tony’s legacy, by providing epilepsy sufferers with a USB “key” that gives them access to useful tools and information to help manage their condition. Through this, the fundraiser aims to improve independence and quality of life for victims by reaching out to them with technology. This applies regardless of their condition and geographic location across Australia.
Leafcutter is proud to have assisted Epilepsy Action Australia in developing the digital strategy for this campaign. We worked with EAA to develop the central “Key” motif and from there it was up to us to design a site that highlighted Tony Greig’s central role while still appealing to the wider community. Our team of web development gurus then built a fully responsive website and a customized donation page to maximize conversion.
If you want to donate or learn more about the “Key to Living with Epilepsy” campaign then please visit https://epilepsykey.org/. Make sure to keep an eye on Channel 9’s coverage of the cricket this summer for more information and news about Epilepsy Action Australia! (Like you needed an excuse anyway…)[sc name=”Blog Contact Form” ]