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Support stroke survivors

Every month
£50 could help us be there for children and families through our Childhood Stroke Support.
£25 could be part of a hardship grant for a stroke survivor struggling to pay for basics like food and clothing.
£10 could answer a call to our Helpline from someone whose life has been changed by stroke.
£10 a month could help us plan our work in advance and commit to more life-changing research.
£7 a month could help fund a researcher looking for new ways to help people rebuild their lives after stroke.
£5 a month could help run focus groups so survivors can have a say on the future of stroke rehabilitation.
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Stroke changes everything, but so can your support.

It's time to address the true cost of stroke.

Stroke changes lives in an instant, and the impact can be devastating. It can cost people their ability to move, communicate and lead their everyday lives.

Two thirds of people who survive a stroke find themselves living with a disability. And 40% of stroke survivors experience anxiety and depression.

The effects of a stroke mean many people have to give up jobs they love. Often relatives have to give up work as well, to take on a caring role.

But there is hope, thanks to the unique support that we provide.

We are the UK's largest charity dedicated to helping with the emotional, practical and financial cost of stroke. We fund research into ongoing rehabilitation that could help stroke survivors live fuller, happier lives. And we provide specialist support and campaign to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care.

But we need your help. Together, we can make sure that all stroke survivors lead the best life possible after stroke.

Please donate today and help more stroke survivors and their loved ones get the support they desperately need.

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