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Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability in the UK. Two thirds of people who survive a stroke find themselves living with a disability. 

Through research, we can help our nation's 1.3 million stroke survivors to make the best recovery possible.

But stroke research is chronically underfunded. In the UK, far less is spent 'per survivor' on research into stroke than on research into any other health condition. 

We are the only organisation dedicated to funding research into ongoing rehabilitation that could help stroke survivors live fuller, happier lives. 

Please donate today and help fund research that means everything to stroke survivors and their loved ones. 

Grace's Story

Twelve years ago, Grace had a stroke as she was driving to the gym. She was only 17.

"For me, research was life or death. I beat all the odds," Grace says.

Watch her video.

Donate £50
You could help fund a researcher looking for new ways to help people rebuild their lives after stroke.
Donate £25
This could fund a focus group where stroke survivors can have their say on the future of stroke rehabilitation.
Donate £10
You could help pay for a brain scan for someone taking part in research that could improve support for stroke survivors.

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.

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