Please vote now for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego county to win between $4000–$55,000 from the Harrah’s Resort Southern California’s All-In 4 Change grant program!
Our goal is to be among the top 10 vote-getting organizations by the time voting ends at 5:00 p.m. PT on Monday, August 28, 2023. You can help us get there by voting now and getting involved in each of the following ways:
Vote between 5–10 times daily for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County. Voting is open until 5:00 p.m. PT on Monday, August 28, 2023. You’re allowed to vote more than once every day, as long as it’s you voting and not a bot. Each time you vote, you improve our chances of winning a grant in the range of $4000–$55,000.
To vote more than once, either clear your browser data of the polling website or copy and paste the URL harrahssocal.com/vote in a private window/Incognito window (private window in Safari and Firefox, Incognito window in Chrome).
If voting via private/Incognito window: Make sure to close the window after voting, and then reopen a new private/Incognito window, enter harrahssocal.com/vote, and vote again.
Reshare our All-in 4 Change posts on social media. Rallying your social media networks to vote for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County to win a Harrah’s Resort SoCal’s All-In 4 Change grant is as easy as resharing, retweeting, or quote tweeting!
If you’d like quote share/tweet, please include these hashtags in your post:
#HarrahsSoCal #AllIn4Change #Funner #EpilepsySD #EndEpilepsyTogether #PurplePower
Winning a grant from the Harrah’s Resort SoCal’s All-In 4 Change program would not only help us maintain our work in building community and fueling fun for individuals in San Diego living with epilepsy, but it would help us reach and connect with many more people and families impacted by epilepsy in San Diego County all year round.
Help EFSDC be among the top 10 organizations with the most votes! Vote for the Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego County in Harrah’s Resort SoCal’s All-In 4 Change grant program today.