There are 400,000 children living with epilepsy in the U.S. The Isaiah Stone Foundation believes that a life without epilepsy is worth dreaming about. Help support families caring for a child with epilepsy and organizations seeking a cure.
Since 2010 The Isaiah Stone Foundation has raised over $400,000."
Your monetary gift supports research seeking a cure for epilepsy as well as families who are fighting the battle against the disease.
We need your support and donation to function as a foundation. With your help, the Isaiah Stone Foundation will generate awareness about the devastating disease.
There is a shortage of research in the field of pediatric neurology. There also have been a significantly low number of practitioners, making it difficult for parents to get treatment for their child.
If we come together to battle against pediatric epilepsy intentionally and strategically, we will be victorious.
Several times a year, the ISF board meets to evaluate giving opportunities to our partner organizations. For more information about our next grant cycle, please email us. Learn more below about how your donation can help.
We work with the leading non-governmental organization in the world funding research to find a cure for epilepsy. In 2012, Renzi Stone joined the board and he remains an active board member.
We support this small team of dedicated child neurologists who serve those in Oklahoma’s Medicaid population who suffer from epilepsy.
We support training and continuing education initiatives for nurses and physicians assistants treating pediatric epilepsy.
The foundation annually grants a scholarship for a selected high school senior who demonstrates great leadership ability to his/her peers during the annual Youth Leadership Oklahoma trip each summer. This scholarship is endowed at Leadership Oklahoma.
We host the leading educational program for neurology residents at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. Each year, a world-renowned neurologist conducts grand rounds, meets with students and faculty, and attends a caregiver panel for parents of children with epilepsy.