The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc.
The Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established to help individuals and families who suffer with the disease of Epilepsy, the incurable neurological disorder in which abnormal brain activity causes seizures or other unnatural behaviors.
We have taken a stance to spread the word of the disease that is affecting millions of lives, to bring hope to those suffering, and partner to find a cure. Our organization is here to offer the Epilepsy community a place of refuge, and tools and resources necessary to maintain a conducive quality of life.
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"You are to be commended for your diligence to serve those in need. We appreciate you, and wish you continued success in your quest."
- Joe Baca Jr.
Supervisor, San Bernardino County
"Thank you for raising awareness against a dreadfully debilitating disease and for your work in informing our community. The foundation's efforts is to be commended and we sincerely appreciate it."
- Mike A. Gipson
Assemblymember, 64th District
"Thank you for your tireless work in unrecognized and underserved communities affected by epilepsy."
- Eloise Gomez Reyes
Majority Leader, 50th District
Under the Lights
Our dear friend, Writer & Director Miles Levin, was the recipient of the 2022 Legacy Bridges Foundation, Inc. Bridging the Gap Award for his work in bridging the gap in Media Excellence. Miles' short film Under the Lights, is the story of Sam, a boy with epilepsy, so desperate to feel like a normal kid, he goes to prom knowing that the lights will make him have a seizure. Cinema has historically stigmatized and ignored people with epilepsy, and Miles' shares his personal story in a way that all can connect.
What the EF Podcast
with Landis & Lexi
A place to share, cry, and laugh at all our epilepsy WTF moments.
What the EF is a podcast that discusses, points out, and deftly chuckles at the ridiculous, poignant, heartbreaking, and sometimes funny sh*t that happens with epilepsy. By adding laughter to the conversation, people can connect, lower their guards, and open themselves to vulnerable discussions.
This platform is an engaging way to tackle the day-to-day issues and make them more approachable with humor. WTEF explores the annoying, beautiful, and traumatic aspects of life with epilepsy, couched in laughter to reach the epilepsy audience in an authentic manner. Hosts Lexi Talkington and Landis Wiedner bring in experts, celebs, and regular folks to shed light on taboo topics in the seizure sphere.