What we do
The Daisy Garland charity was set up in November 2004 to keep Daisy’s memory alive and to help other little children like her.
We fund an increasing number of Ketogenic Dietitians who work in National Health Hospitals treating hundreds of children with intractable epilepsy.
We are the only UK charity funding Ketogenic Dietitians - each dietitian costs up to £45,000 per annum. If you think you could help us fund our next Daisy Garland Ketogenic Dietitian go to HOW YOU CAN HELP. Be in touch today.
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The Daisyometer shows how much we have raised so far to keep our Daisy Garland Ketogenic Dietitians in place for a total of 3 years at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh.
Purple Day - 26th March 2017
PURPLE DAY 2017! (Worldwide Epilepsy Awareness Day)
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Please support The Daisy Garland this Purple Day. We need as many people as possible to join force in order to raise as much epilepsy awareness as possible.
This year's Purple Day falls on Mothering Sunday, so it's a great opportunity to get the whole family together and paint the town a fabulous shade of purple!
For schools and companies wanting to join in the Purple fun, why not shift your Purple Day celebration a little to the left or right, organising a Purple daisy themed cake sale or similar event on Friday 24th or Monday 27th? Whatever you're happy to do, we're happy to go along with you!
If you're up for lots of Purple fun and want to support the life-changing work we do for children with epilepsy, please email email@example.com and we will pop a fundraising pack in the post for you asap. Together, let's make this the most successful Purple Day yet! xx
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