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3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens

The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation

Saturday, June 30, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM (MDT)

3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Admission (ages 3 to Adult) Jun 27, 2018 $23.99 $3.31
Child 2 and under - no ticket required. Tshirt only Jun 27, 2018 $5.00 $2.27
Admission and Donate $5 for (1) Purple Duck Jun 27, 2018 $28.99 $3.58
Admission and Donate $20 for (5) Purple Ducks Jun 27, 2018 $43.99 $4.41
Admission with Discounted Meal Ticket Jun 27, 2018 $35.99 $3.97
Admission, Discounted Meal Ticket and Donate $5 for (1) Purple Duck Jun 27, 2018 $40.99 $4.24
Admission, Discounted Meal Ticket and Donate $20 for (5) Purple Ducks Jun 27, 2018 $55.99 $5.07
Donate $5 for (1) Purple Duck (no entry into the park) Jun 27, 2018 $5.00 $2.27
Donate $20 for (5) Purple Ducks (no entry into the park) Jun 27, 2018 $20.00 $3.09
I can't attend but would like to help another attend Jun 27, 2018 $23.99 $3.31
I can't attend but would like to buy a tshirt Jun 27, 2018 $15.00 $2.82

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Event Details

Join us for the 3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens, honoring our Everyday Heroes!  This is not a walk or run, just a fun day raising awareness and painting the park purple.  Registration opens February 5, 2018.  Tickets are $23.99 per person and will include a tshirt for the event, however, we cannot guarantee tshirts or exact sizes for those registering after May 31, 2018.  


Also happening this day will be the 3rd Annual Purple Duck Chase.  Those participating in the Purple Duck Chase and Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens 2017 will be granted early admission to the park to watch as sponsored ducks race in Elitch Garden's Lazy River.  No admission into the park without paid admission. Donate $5 for (1) Purple Duck or donate $20 for (5) Purple Ducks (no limit).  You do not need to be present to win.  We will accept participation from anywhere!

Note:  The tickets issued are available any day during Elitch Garden's 2018 Season.  If you would prefer to mail in your payment and save fees, please email us at info@ChelseaHutchisonFoundation.org and place Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens in the memo line.

Prizes will be awarded to the holders of the First, Second and Third duck to cross the finish line.  At this point, prizes will be awarded as follows, however, if we have larger than expected participation, those awards will increase.
 
$200 1st Place
$100 2nd Place
$50 3rd Place
Have questions about 3rd Annual Epilepsy Awareness Day at Elitch Gardens? Contact The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation

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Elitch Gardens
2000 Elitch Circle
Denver, CO 80204

Saturday, June 30, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM (MDT)


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The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation

The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation serves individuals, families and communities affected by epilepsy by raising Awareness of the common yet little-known condition SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy), by providing support and equipment for prevention of this occurrence, and by creating a safe space and raising awareness within the greater community.

The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation makes excellent use of donations in several areas:

Information and Awareness

The main purpose of The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation is to spread awareness of SUDEP and to inform people that preventative measures can potentially be taken. We call them “lines defense”.  We focus each year on raising this awareness through participation in community events, social media, online advertisements and information in print. 

Trained Seizure Response Dogs

Trained seizure response dogs provide vital support upon the onset of seizure, such as calling for help, bracing a fall, and bringing emergency medications to the patient. Immediate response of family members is vital.  Seizure response dogs may also have the ability to detect an oncoming seizure and provide warnings ahead of time.

The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation provides individuals and families desiring to purchase a trained seizure response dog with grants to cover a portion of their investment. We do not provide the full cost of the dog because experience has shown that families or individuals who put time and money into the animal are more invested in the integration of the animal into the home, and ultimately make use of this resource much more effectively than those who are simply given a dog.

Seizure Monitoring Devices

The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation also provides the latest technology for monitoring people who experience nocturnal seizures. Emfit, SAMi ™and SmartWatch monitors all provide alerts when abnormal nighttime and/or daytime movement is detected so that parents, spouses or caregivers can respond immediately. Monitors are placed in the homes of seizure patients upon request, and replaced as needed.

Community

In addition to providing information and equipment, The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation provides a forum where individuals and families living with epilepsy can find support, join their voices, and learn from each other. 

Fundraising

Every year, The Chelsea Hutchison Foundation hosts two major fundraising events. Each spring, a gala event has a different theme and is a day for individuals and family to come together for fun and community building. 

Every fall, The Chelsea Hutchison Foundations hosts STOMP! Out Epilepsy and SUDEP, an epilepsy walk for SUDEP awareness.

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