Seize the Day

$ 20.00

All funds raised in Liz's honor will be paid to the Danny Did Foundation, an organization advancing awareness of epilepsy and Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). To learn more about the breakdown of proceeds, please see our pricing transparency.

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Seize the Day socks are made with a mixture of cotton and polyester and are great for wearing around town! They are crew length and sit just below the calf.

Sock Sales of $20

$4 to production

Average cost to produce, fulfill, and process payment.

$8 to patients

The campaign organizer uses proceeds for medical expenses or donates to a health-focused charity.

$8 to Resilience Gives

Resilience Gives reinvests proceeds to compensate staff, keep the lights on, and reach patient communities.

Direct Donation of $100

$3 to payment provider

Our payment provider captures 3% on all transactions.

$97 to patients

The campaign organizer uses proceeds for medical expenses or donates to a health-focused charity.

All available sizes will ship within 48 hours of purchase.

The squiggly looking lines on the neck of the sock is supposed to represent the brain waves that show up on an E.E.G test. When someone has a seizure, that is the test that the doctors will do to determine if something funky is going on. I thought it was kind of funny to have Seize the Day on the bottom of the sock because, well, yes I have epilepsy but that doesn't stop me from living my life to the fullest. Oh, and I chose lavender because purple is the color for epilepsy awareness!

Liz Thornton

A few weeks after my 19th birthday, I woke up on the floor of my university's cafeteria having no idea where I was. That was the day I had my first seizure. A few months (and a few seizures) later, I was diagnosed with generalized epilepsy and for the first time in my life, I felt completely out of control. Over the past few years, I've learned how to deal with my epilepsy with a combination of self-care, medication and a great support system, but, not everybody living with Epilepsy is this lucky. So, now I'm ready to give back by spreading awareness to help end the stigma - and I need your help!