CURE Crew is comprised of volunteers from around the country who are committed to furthering CURE’s mission through fundraising and awareness building activities. Crowdfunding your own CURE Crew event is easy with Teamraiser.
CURE Signature Events
CURE Signature Events are special opportunities to unite in support of epilepsy research. CURE hosts a variety of memorable Signature Events around the nation. See photos and video from the recent Annual Chicago Benefit.
Browse Past Events
Our events are successful in large part due to the efforts of supporters who champion our cause. See a listing of past events here.
For questions about upcoming CURE events, contact the CURE team at 312.255.1801 or email info@CUREepilepsy.org.
Combined Federal Campaign
CURE participates in the world's largest workplace charity campaign, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). If you are a federal government or military employee and would like to participate, please enter CFC code #67476 on your pledge card during the next campaign.
When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE). Bookmark the link http://smile.amazon.com/ch/36-4253176 and support us every time you shop.
Give back to the community through online shopping
Shopping online this holiday season? Shop over 60 name brand retailers through CURE's Giftfluence site and a portion of your purchase will be donated back to CURE!
To view a full list of the retailers available through Giftfluence Click Here
HOPE4SUDEP is an initiative honoring the life of Cameron Benninghoven who passed away in 2009 due to SUDEP. Cameron’s family and friends raise funds annually to name research grants in his memory.
We hope you will consider donating to HOPE4SUDEP. Your generous tax deductible gift will go toward SUDEP research as well as research for a cure for Epilepsy. Your donation through CURE will be recognized as a contribution in honor of Cameron.
To learn more about Cameron and the HOPE4SUDEP initiative, click here: www.hope4sudep.org.
To donate in memory of Cameron, click here.
Like many parents of children with epilepsy, my wife Lori and I sometimes feel helpless in his fight to become seizure free. So we decided to create and develop the website “Cooper’s Collection”. “Cooper’s Collection” is an on-line retail site for the sale of our outdoor wood furniture line and other associated products. “Cooper’s Collection” is named after my son Craig “Cooper” Grochowski who suffers from partial/complex seizure disorder. 5% of all sales will be donated to Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE).
Race For Epilepsy Half Marathon and 5K
Saturday, February 25, 2017
Race For Epilepsy, INC. is a non-profit organization to raise money and awareness for individuals with epilepsy. The organization holds a half marathon, 5k race, and fun walk on the last Saturday of every February. The primary goal of Race For Epilepsy, INC. is to educate the public and individuals with epilepsy, that depending on certain variables, individuals with epilepsy can have a job.
To register to be a runner or to be a sponsor, please visit us at:
Ella's Race for a CURE
Sunday, May 21, 2017
9:00 am – Sign In
9:30 am – Kids Dash
10:00 am – Walk/Fun Run starts
Bemis Woods South
Western Springs, IL
Click here to view a map
Join us for the 2nd annual walk/fun run dedicated to Ella and all others touched by epilepsy. Please click here to register for the fun run/walk, or donate to our event. If you are running or walking, you may also sign up multiple walkers/runners. Just follow the prompts and add all the names and t-shirt sizes!
S4ORE Coaches & Caddies
Make Memories that Make a Difference
Saturday, December 9, 2017
- Monday, December 11, 2017
In 1937, Bing Crosby invited a group of friends to get together for some golf, a clambake, and most importantly, to raise a little money for local charities.... the rest is history.
In 2017, Southbury, CT residents Joe LaCava and David Fradkin are inviting a group of their friends to get together for some golf, food, beverages, and most importantly to raise awareness and a little money for meaningful charities.... the rest will be history.
Proceeds will benefit CURE and several other charities. Please check back for more information.