Melanie Stovall, Exec. Director of The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. Upland, CA — FREE 4-Part Seizure Support Series Launches
The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. (LBF) is a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit corporation founded to support individuals and families who suffer from epilepsy and other seizure related disorders. According to the Epilepsy Foundation, “epilepsy affects 1 out of every 26 individuals; 3.4 million people nationwide, more than 65 million people globally, and 150,000 new cases are diagnosed in the United States each year.”
LBF in partnership with Wellness Coach Keon Bussey of XXX Fitness and Life Empowerment, LLC., to host a FREE virtual 4-part series titled, “Know That There Is Hope.”
“This powerful series is for anyone who has been struggling with a recent life change, medical condition, obstacle or roadblock. Feeling as though they have nothing left to give and are running on empty. Join us as we tackle some of life’s challenges in a safe and encouraging, nurturing and informative space,” said Executive Director Melanee Stovall.
“Sometimes in life, things can simply feel overwhelming. Having balance and peace is what helps us to push through and continue forward,” said Wellness Coach Keon Bussey.
Hear amazing stories from guest speakers who have overcome traumatic life experiences. In the first series on Thursday, March 31st at 6:30 pm (PST), you will hear from Melanee Stovall, Executor Director of the Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. who will share her compelling life changing experience with her own daughter who has suffered for over 12 years.
This event is free! Space is limited. Register today! Visit www.legacybridgesfoundation.org or call (951)374-0933 for more information.
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Make a contribution to the Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. at https://linktr.ee/Legacybridges. Help support the foundation’s efforts to support the epilepsy and seizure disorder community.
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