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The Purple Project

Organized by Claire Mitchell
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Gildan Ultra Cotton Long Sleeve T-shirt

Help us support Epilepsy research and awareness!

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All funds raised will be paid directly to The Purple Project for their efforts to raise funds for Epilepsy research and awareness.
$270 raised
56 items sold of
50 goal
Thanks to our supporters!
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Gildan Ultra Cotton Long Sleeve T-shirt, Unisex - Purple
Gildan Ultra Cotton Long Sleeve T-shirt
Unisex - Purple
Organized by Claire Mitchell

About this campaign

The Purple Project, a club at Jones Middle School in Upper Arlington, Ohio is raising money to support the Epilepsy Research Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital.

Epilepsy affects over 65 million people around the world. Named after the national color for Epilepsy, the Purple Project is a new club at Jones Middle School in Upper Arlington, Ohio working to star a nonprofit charity that will donate much-needed funds to the level-4 Epilepsy Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital. We hope to get Upper Arlington involved in the fight against Epilepsy, but we need your help!

Supporters

Karen Veith 1 item + $10
Katerina Regules 1 item
Ellie Spaine 1 item
anne larrison 2 items + $10

My granddaughter is involved in this project and we love her enthusiasm for helping others.

Maggie Bull 1 item
Sandy Murray 1 item

Funding research and finding answers will make a huge difference for so many children and adults. Keep it going.

Avery Hardgrove 1 item
Brenda Akins 2 items
Audrey Bull 1 item

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