LANDOVER, Md., Nov. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Epilepsy Foundation and Alquemie Product Development Group (A.P.D.G), a
"I am truly honored to partner with the Epilepsy Foundation, an organization that has played an integral role in my life while living with epilepsy," said Rhonda M. Davis, founder and chemist of A.P.D.G. "I was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 11, and over the years, the Foundation has always been there to provide support and knowledge throughout each phase of my life. Now, it's my time to give back for the fight to End Epilepsy."
Inspired by the colors of the End Epilepsy campaign, PurpleRouge, Davis designed and created the limited edition, make-up collection that includes:
"We are so excited that A.P.D.G. has teamed up with us to help raise awareness about epilepsy," said Philip M. Gattone, president and CEO of the Epilepsy Foundation. "I'm both impressed and inspired by A.P.D.G.'s commitment to our cause and their creativity in developing the PurpleRouge make-up line. Thanks to their efforts, we'll be able to raise funds, drive more awareness and inspire others to be a part of the fight to End Epilepsy."
A.P.D.G. has also been invited by Teshia L. Lincoln (Coach Smiley), the assistant director and field coordinator of the Orchesis Dance Company of Grambling State University, to debut the product during their televised, Thanksgiving Day halftime performance and additional performances throughout Bayou Classic Weekend in New Orleans, LA (November 22-24, 2018). To purchase the PurpleRouge collection, please visit APDG.co.
About Let's Use Our Brains to End Epilepsy Over a lifetime, 1 in 10 people will have a seizure, and 1 in 26 will be diagnosed with epilepsy. Yet, epilepsy is far more common and less funded than any other brain disorder. To create awareness and inspire action, the Epilepsy Foundation launched Let's Use Our Brains to End Epilepsy to raise awareness about epilepsy and change the conversation around seizures. The campaign is built around the fact that epilepsy can affect anyone with a brain, and anyone with a brain can affect epilepsy. For more information about Let's Use Our Brains to End Epilepsy, please visit EndEpilepsy.org.
About A.P.D.G.A.P.D.G. is a vegan and cruelty-free brand that specializes in long-wear makeup that moves with you. Water, sweat and transfer resistant, A.P.D.G. definitely has you covered. For more information, please visit www.apdg.co.
About the Epilepsy FoundationWith a network of nearly 50 partners throughout the United States, the Foundation connects people to treatment, support and resources; leads advocacy efforts; funds innovative research and the training of specialists; and educates the public about epilepsy and seizure first aid. For more than five decades, the Epilepsy Foundation has shone a light on epilepsy to promote awareness and understanding, and to advocate for laws that matter to people with epilepsy, while also funding $65 million for epilepsy research and supporting 3,076 epilepsy investigators and specialists in their early careers. Over the past 17 years, in partnership with the CDC, the Epilepsy Foundation has helped to improve access to care for people with epilepsy, expanded its digital reach and online resources in homes across the country, and trained more than 500,000 school and community personnel in how to recognize seizures and administer Seizure First Aid. The Foundation has also assisted more than 108,000 people through its 24/7 Helpline in the past five years, and continues to focus on innovation, new therapies, community services, advocacy and education as key priorities. To learn more visit epilepsy.com or call 1.800.332.1000. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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