My Shot at Epilepsy
Win a chance to see Hamilton on Broadway before it reopens!
It’s been 18 months since Hamilton last appeared on Broadway. Take part in this opportunity to win an exclusive, once-in-a-lifetime experience to see Hamilton like you’ve never seen it before while donating to an amazing cause: funding research to find a cure for epilepsy.
One lucky winner will receive:
Raffle ends August 11, 2021.
Don’t throw away your shot to meet Miguel Cervantes and raise critical funds for epilepsy research!
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Miguel Cervantes, star of the Chicago production of Hamilton, knows all too well how devastating epilepsy can be. His daughter Adelaide was diagnosed with infantile spasms, a particularly severe form of pediatric epilepsy, at just nine months old. After fighting against seizures for three years, Adelaide passed away in October 2019 from an unknown neurodegenerative condition.
Miguel and his wife, CURE Epilepsy board member and advocate Kelly Cervantes, are committed to raising awareness about this complex condition and supporting cutting-edge research through fundraising. They battle epilepsy with unrelenting determination not just in the name of their daughter, but for the 65 million people worldwide who live with epilepsy and its often devastating consequences.
Adelaide was the beautiful, feisty daughter of Miguel and Kelly Cervantes. She spent nearly her entire life battling seizures after missing some traditional milestones as a baby. Her first seizure happened when she was just 7 months old. At 9 months old, Adelaide was diagnosed with Infantile Spasms.
Her incredible spirit, undeniable charm, and lasting impact on those around her will always live on.