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A portion of all DFS Karma package sales will be donated to the Epilepsy Foundation each year


A letter from our CEO

“Most of my friends and family are aware and some of the Karma Nation community, but I was diagnosed with Epilepsy after my final high school football game, getting knocked unconscious and dealing with black out symptoms the days to follow.  Years ago I was very embarrassed of it, and fortunately, I have an easier form of it to manage but I have grown to embrace it nowadays because, what I realized over the last 15 years, is that everyone in life is dealt some form of adversity and everyone has something else going on.  Just have to fight, grind, keep positive, and know that good karma will come to those who fight.  I take 6 pills a day, every single day. Some days are worse for me, some are flawless.  But, every day I do fight it and my dream was always to develop some form of discretionary income to help give back to the Epilepsy Foundation and continue to promote education in this sector that I am clearly very passionate about finding solutions to this very terrible disorder.”


The mission of the Epilepsy Foundation

To lead the fight to overcome the challenges of living with epilepsy and to accelerate therapies to stop seizures, find cures, and save lives. Your donation ensures we continue to provide help and hope to the 3.4 million people living with epilepsy in the U.S. and their families.


Why does my donation matter?

Your gift will support nationwide programs that help improve epilepsy care, connect people affected by epilepsy to information and to each other, increase awareness about epilepsy and seizures, advocate for rights, prevent epilepsy and early death, educate about seizure first aid, and support research.

Epilepsy and seizures affect you or someone you love or someone you know. Epilepsy affects men and women of all ages and all races and ethnic groups. It is far more common than most people realize.

Epilepsy affects the entire family and can change lives, impede development, affect learning, cause accidents, impact livelihoods, cause injury, and even result in early death.