It’s National Doodle Day folks! Yes, today is the day you grab your pens and make doodles to show how much you really appreciate the connection between art and charitable works. The British art culture value the importance of helping and Epilepsy Action is spearheading National Doodle Day as a doodle-tastic annual fundraising event to support people with epilepsy. This February 5, friends, family and even famous celebrities will join together to draw a line through epilepsy.
The support from epilepsy action really helped me to be more confident telling other people about epilepsy. that’s helped me to be more independent and show that people with epilepsy are just as capable as everyone else. —www.doodle-day.epilepsy.org.uk
From pushing us to be more helpful and supportive, the main point of National Doodle Day is to recognize the value of love and compassion through art. While people involved tend to forget that art also heals, it brings abstractive joy that is often taken for granted.
By doodling and donating, our support will ensure that over half a million people with epilepsy will grant access to quality healthcare while enjoying their treatment free of stigma, prejudice, and discrimination. See what people are now tweeting about the National Doodle Day:
— ACT Training Ltd (@acttrainingltd) February 5, 2016
— Paper Planes (@DoodlePlanes) February 5, 2016
— Cindy Cheung (@missiecindz) February 4, 2016
— The Clutter Fairy (@Clutterfairyuk) February 5, 2016
— AIGA (@AIGAdesign) February 5, 2016
— 3MinuteDoodle (@3MinuteDoodle) February 5, 2016
— Mrs Draycott (@wksdraycott) February 5, 2016
— USW (@UniSouthWales) February 5, 2016
— Charlotte England (@CharEngland) February 5, 2016
— Shoe Zone (@Shoezone) February 5, 2016
— Count Duckula (@OfficialDuckula) February 5, 2016
— Claire Read (@ClairePayne4) February 5, 2016