Better Safe Than Sorry - Medical IDs for Epilepsy

 
$5,760 $240
Raised Remaining
Nov 30, 2012

Update from "Better Safe than Sorry"

Medical ID bracelet
Medical ID bracelet

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for helping us achieve our fundrasing goal. It certainly is exciting to be able to provide a much needed service to our clients. We have already received over 20 Medical ID bracelet requests from those diagnosed with epilepsy in Northwest Florida!

At the Epilepsy Society of Northwest Florida, our original plan was to order medical ID bracelets through a Medical ID company. This would include both the bracelet and the clients information engraved on the bracelet plate. However, after further research and obtaining quotes, we have found that it would be more cost-effective to order the bracelets and have them engraved at a local jewelry shop. This will allow us to put more "client specific" information on the bracelet.  

To learn more about the Epilepsy Society of Northwest Florida or how to get a medical ID bracelet, please call our office at 850-433-1395 or visit our website at www.nwfepilepsy.org. Again, thank you for your support!

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Holley Moseley

Pensacola, FL United States

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