Stroke Matters

Donate to help rebuild lives

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Regular gift
£50 could help fund critical research leading to life-changing discoveries that will help more stroke survivors and their families find real hope for the future.
£25 could allow our Helpline to answer more calls from people affected by stroke, giving them the emotional support they need to begin rebuilding their lives.
£10 could help us deliver more support services, like Childhood Stroke Support, helping more families like Sebastian’s.
A regular gift of £7 could help fund critical stroke research that could rebuild lives and even save them.
A regular gift of £5 could could help us provide group support to stroke survivors, giving them confidence for their recovery.
A regular gift of £3 could help us reach more people with My Stroke Guide, empowering them to manage their recovery.
https://donate.stroke.org.uk/regular-donation/step1
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Dr. Emma Patchwood sat at a desk
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Dr. Patchwood portrait
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Stroke Association helpline worker wearing headset smiling
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Mother and son smiling at camera
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Dr Mair sat at a desk looking at pictures of brain scans
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Tom, a stroke survivor sitting and painting
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Claire look at My Stroke Guide on a tablet

It’s thanks to the kindness and generosity of supporters like you that we are able to set up pioneering research, just like Dr Emma Patchwood's new therapy to help stroke survivors deal with mental health challenges. Your support will make a real difference to thousands of stroke survivors and their families.

Whether it helps fund a ground-breaking research project or makes our Stroke Helpline available to more people, the impact of your support will be felt for months and years to come.

Every donation you make to the Stroke Association is amazing. But stroke still strikes every five minutes and we can only stop it destroying lives with your help.

Please donate today and help keep hope alive for more stroke survivors and their families.*


*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.