The Legacy Bridges Foundation (LBF), which supports individuals and families suffering from epilepsy and other convulsive-related disorders, will participate in the Fontana Black History Parade and Exhibition.
LBF will have a stand at the exhibition, which will take place on Saturday, February 26 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 16005 Sierra Lakes Parkway.
“We cordially invite the entire community to come out and visit the Legacy Bridges Foundation stand to get information about epilepsy and seizures, to get involved in fun activities for the whole family, to get a chance to win great prizes and to support our mission to raise awareness. in relation to epilepsy, shed light on those suffering and work with other organizations to find a cure, “said Executive Director Melanee Stovall.
According to the Epilepsy Foundation, epilepsy affects 1 in every 26 individuals, 3.4 million people nationwide and more than 65 million worldwide.
LBF was recently recognized at the Fontana City Council meeting for its ongoing commitment to raising awareness of epilepsy and providing support to those in need.
For more information, visit www.legacybridgesfoundation.org or call (951) 374-0933.
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