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Stroke changes everything, but so can your support

Regular gift
£50 could answer a call to our helpline from someone who urgently needs support because their life has been changed by stroke.
£25 could be a part of a hardship grant for a stroke survivor who is struggling to pay for basics like food and clothing.
£10 could help us be there for children and families through our specialist childhood stroke support.
A regular gift of £10 could help fund critical stroke research that could rebuild lives and even save them.
A regular gift of £7 could enable our Stroke Support Coordinators to continue giving people the emotional and practical support they need.
A regular gift of £5 could help run focus groups so survivors can have a say on the future of stroke rehabilitation.
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Stroke Association helpline worker wearing headset smiling
Baz talking with with Stroke Association representative
Mother and son smiling at camera
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Stroke support group
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Stroke changes everything, but so can your support.

Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability in the UK. Lisa's stroke caused a permanent disability called Dystonia - a disorder that causes uncontrolled and constant painful muscle spasms. She goes through Dystonia ‘storms’ - frightening episodes with severe muscle spasms that can last for days, weeks, and even months.

With support from the Stroke Association and sheer determination, Lisa is finding alternative ways to live her life and rebuild it. Lisa says, "Stroke has cost me a lot. But it won't stop me from living." Watch the video to hear her story.

Thanks to the Stroke Association, there is hope for everyone. We’re dedicated to helping stroke survivors like Lisa and their families with the emotional, practical and financial cost of stroke.

When stroke changes everything, you can help us be there. Please donate today so more stroke survivors and their loved ones can access vital support groups and specialist services.*

*Your donations will help to fund vital work – such as research projects, the Stroke Helpline and support groups – and help stroke survivors and their families rebuild their lives.