We are a registered Maine based Nonprofit, Incorporated in February 2011 and approved IRS 501-C-3. We started this Organization in memory of our Son, Brother, and Friend, Michael Tyler Goulet. Our board and members are comprised entirely of volunteers, each with a passion for our mission.
We hope that through the work we accomplish, families with circumstances like ours and Michael’s might have a chance for a different outcome. Awareness, prevention and improved treatment for Seizure Disorders and Brain Injuries are our hope; and we believe where hope grows miracles blossom.
Donations can be made through this website or directly to Saco Biddeford Savings Institution in the name of “Michael T. Goulet TBI and Epilepsy Foundation.“
“Michael’s Dad”, born in Biddeford Maine and a 1974 Graduate of Biddeford High School. He graduated with honors from Maine Maritime Academy in 1978 and sailed 22 years in the United States Merchant Marine as Chief Engineer of Product and Chemical Tankers both in domestic and international trades.
Michael’s oldest sister was raised in Saco, Maine. After graduating from Thornton Academy, she attended the University of Southern Maine, obtaining a Major in Business Administration and a Minor in Economics.
Noel is a registered nurse in the adult/pediatric special care unit at Maine Medical Center. She was honored to care for Michael and his family after his last seizure in October 2010. Noel is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Southern Maine and a member of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing.
Michael’s brother in law was raised in Saco, Maine. He attended Thornton Academy, graduating in 2001. In 2002, John was selected in the fourth round of the NHL Draft. He was the 114th overall pick to the Vancouver Canucks. He went on to attend four years of college at Boston University, where he played ice hockey for the Terriers.
Michael T. Goulet was born on September 30, 1989, son of Lynda A. LeBlanc and Bradley J. Goulet of Saco, Maine. He was their third child and younger brother to Danielle and Candace Goulet. Michael was a free spirited child, and from an early age he learned the art of making others laugh with his wonderful sense of humor.