The EACF organization is such a wonderful place to volunteer. Their team is dedicated to the mission of EACF and thoughful of the patients they serve. I've enjoyed volunteering on the Golf Tournament for the last 8 years. Even though we have a job to do, we always have fun. But the real joy comes from knowing how many families we helped. I'm grateful that EACF is there to serve the community. Without them, I can't imagine where these families would receive the assistance they need. But I've also learned that is not just the doctor visits or the medicine that the patients must take, it's also the support the staff provides to the patients and their families that make a difference. Chuck Carmen has done a great job of matching talent with resources. His team is AWESOME!
This is a fine and professional organization dedicated to the people it serves. There are no exessive admiistration costs and no large salaries for the few people that are paid by the Agency.
The people involved are 100% committed to advancing the cause and providing affordable services to victims who have no other recourse.
Please consider volunteering or donating...or both.
My lovely grandaughter was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was 16. As I tried to find information, I discovered the Epilepsy Association of Central Florida. I was incredibly impressed by this organization, which not only provides information and education but so much more. From case management to clinical services to efforts aimed at prevention, this is an orgnization that makes a difference in Central Florida for people with epilepsy. Most of the clients have nowhere to turn, but EACF is there and ready to help in every way possible. Executive director Chuck Carmen is tireless in his efforts to connect those in need of help with resources.