“YOU CAN DO IT” – the ride for epilepsy launches a 300km bike ride starting in Orangeville and ending in Mississauga cycling all through South Central Ontario.

April 10, 2024

“YOU CAN DO IT” – the ride for epilepsy launches a 300km bike ride starting in Orangeville and ending in Mississauga cycling all through South Central Ontario.

For Immediate Release – April 10th, 2024

Epilepsy South Central Ontario, a leader in epilepsy counseling and support services for clients diagnosed with epilepsy is proud to announce the details of its highly anticipated “YOU CAN DO IT” – the ride for epilepsy, scheduled to take place on May 25th, 2024, starting in Orangeville and ending in Mississauga.

Marco Magalhaes and his friend Chris Kairalla will be cycling the full 300km in support of epilepsy awareness and funding. Marco’s Son, Daniel Magalhaes will join them on the last 50km.

“Receiving no sustainable government funding, ‘The ‘YOU CAN DO IT – ride for epilepsy’ brings together the community to learn, understand and support our fundraising initiatives,” says David Charchalis, CEO, of Epilepsy South Central Ontario.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW FUNDRAISING PAGE

For media inquiries, please contact:

Trevor Gordon

Community Engagement and Media Manager

trevor@epilepsysco.org

905-450-1900  ext. 206

 

ABOUT EPILEPSY SOUTH CENTRAL ONTARIO

 

Epilepsy South Central Ontario is a non-profit charitable organization that provides education, information, and support to families and individuals and enhance the quality of life for those living with seizure disorders. Established in 2008, Epilepsy South Central Ontario works to increase public awareness and encourages understanding within our vast and diverse community. Our vision is to eliminate barriers within the community and uphold a high standard of positive race relations (BIPOC) and outlook while striving to ensure Sunny Days Camp, the Youth Empowerment Program, Seniors Programs, Counselling and Support services are accessible to all.