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takes place on NOVEMBER 1 every year
What is LGS Day?
November 1 annually is International LGS Day, the official
awareness day for Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome around the
world. The LGS Foundation kicks off epilepsy awareness
month every November with International LGS Day by
engaging the LGS community, organizing events, and
leading awareness activities on November 1.  

How Can I Get Involved?
There are many ways for you to get involved in LGS Day!
Whether it's attending an awareness event, organizing a
local event of your own, participating in social media
efforts, or pitching a story to the media, the LGS
Foundation can help you along the way.

Resources, Links & Downloads

LGS Awareness Ribbon Download

LGS Awareness Logo Download

LGS Press Kit

Order LGS awareness bracelets, t-shirts,
and more

Order LGS brochures and posters
San Francisco
Official LGS Awareness Reception
Leaders in LGS
Sheraton Fisherman's Wharf
San Francisco, California
6pm until 9pm
Tickets available at $75 per person
Click here for more information

Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Illumination of the Falls for LGS Day
7pm Eastern Time (
Watch the Falls Camera Live)
Or, join local families for a reception in Ontario, Canada
Details coming soon

Tulsa, Oklahoma
Crossfit for LGS (multiple locations)
LGS Awareness "Workout of the Day"

Columbus, Ohio (October 25)
In conjunction with International LGS Conference
Pre-LGS Awareness Celebration
Please wear purple and green at LGS Dinner on Saturday

Darien, CT
Screening of "First Do No Harm"
(1997 movie about epilepsy featuring Meryl Streep)

Organize a LGS Event
Raise awareness in your community by organizing a LGS
Day event on November 1. Please email
christina@lgsfoundation.org to get started!

2014 International LGS Awareness Day is Generously Supported By: