Hold a Bring Me Sunshine party

Everyone could do with a little burst of sunshine

Next February, there’ll be bright, sunny spells all over the UK as  thousands of people host Bring Me Sunshine parties, helping make an incredible difference to people affected by stroke.

You can brighten the lives of stroke survivors this winter by holding your own Bring Me Sunshine Party and raising vital funds to support stroke survivors across the UK.

What better way to brighten up the winter than to invite friends, colleagues and family over for some food, drink and summer sounds in February?

Register your interest for Bring Me Sunshine 2017

How your support helps

The Stroke Association is a charity and we rely on the support of people like you to continue to help stroke survivors, their carers and loved ones.

•    £20 could pay for our helpline to give personalised, life-changing advice and support to callers who are struggling with the devastation of stroke.
•    £50 can pay for training to help a carer  understand how  better to support their loved ones and other stroke survivors.
•    £150 can provide a life-changing Life After Stroke grant to a stroke survivor. It could help pay for a ramp to access their home more easily and live more independently.

“If the winter months are getting you down, then why not welcome back the summer with a Bring Me Sunshine Party for the Stroke Association? I can’t think of a better way to spend an afternoon or evening than with friends, fun, tropical food - and the odd Hawaiian shirt or two! “The Stroke Association is a charity that’s very close to my heart – it’s such a devastating condition. I hope as many people as possible throw a Bring Me Sunshine party for the Stroke Association this February. The vital funds raised will help the charity give even more people sunny days.”
Judith Chalmers, TV presenter