SUDEP Action

Making every epilepsy death count
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In the past 21 years, over 21,000 people with epilepsy have died suddenly and died too young     

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What is Prevent21?

SUDEP Action’s Prevent21 campaign shines a light on this shocking disaster bringing it out of the shadows and to the public’s attention.

With a significant change of attitude, culture, and action towards epilepsy - many many lives CAN be saved.

"Every one of the 21 people who died this week is worth fighting for. Helping people take action to save lives now, and in the future – is part of our DNA. Join us in this life- saving campaign." 
Jane Hanna OBE, SUDEP Action CEO

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Join the SUDEP Action fight today
Will you support our families and help save a life?

Let’s take action together. 

Here are just a few ideas:

21 companies
21 sports clubs
21 sponsored events
21 dress-down days
21 Bake Offs and cake sales
21 car washes
21 unique events
21 of anything that will help save lives

How to make a donation
You can help Prevent21 by texting PREV21 followed by £10 to 70070* or send a cheque donation to the SUDEP Action address (payable to SUDEP Action). For more information about other ways you may like to get involved please contact our fundraising team, email or call 01235 772850.

*UK numbers only, texts are charged at your mobile phone operator’s standard rate. The charity will receive 100% of your donation. You must be 16 or over and please ask the bill payer’s permission. For full terms and conditions and more information, please visit


Downloadable resources
You can change the cover images of your social media channels using any of the images below:

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Here are the A5 Poster and Campaign Leaflet which you can download and distribute.


Get involved 
Keep track of what's happening with the campaign by following us on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.
Or tell us how you’re getting involved by using the campaign hashtag  #prevent21 


More details and information will be released very soon.


Knowledge saves lives!

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