Every year, on 26th March, Purple Day is celebrated worldwide. This is a special date for Epilepsy awareness.
It began in Canada, the brain child of a young girl called Cassidy
On this day, people everywhere are encouraged to wear purple.
Purple or Lavender are the internationally recognized colors representing Epilepsy support.
In her words, ‘Purple day is meant to inform those with seizures that they are not alone.’
To bring Epilepsy out of the dark and have people talking about it, activities around the world help to bring awareness to all.
At KAWE, the celebrations will be at the Coast, in association with Coast Epilepsy Organisation.
Get on with the Campaign; dress up in purple, you will look great too.