Blu Goblin

Bullseye – the legendary TV gameshow – celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2021. Bullseye has teamed up with the Stroke Association and leading brand licencing company Louis Kennedy, through its collectables retail platform Blu Goblin, to produce a limited edition collectable Bronze Bully.

A key feature of the partnership is to raise funds and awareness for the Stroke Association. For each Bronze Bully sold, Blu Goblin will donate 10% of sales to the Stroke Association.

Visit the Blu Goblin website for further details. 

Chattertons’ Charity of the Year for 2022

Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management in Lincolnshire choose the Stroke Association as their Charity of the Year partner for 2022. 

Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management is a leading Top 200 law firm and provider of wealth management services with eight offices across the East Midlands. They are delighted to announce the Stroke Association as their Charity of the Year for 2022. The Stroke Association has particular importance to their staff members and they are looking forward to numerous fundraising activities throughout the year.

For more information on our charity partnership with Chattertons Solicitors and Wealth Management, please see their announcement on their website

ISS

Our four-year partnership with ISS has raised over £230,000 for our work with stroke groups and clubs - friendly spaces where people affected by stroke can receive the information, peer support and help they need – in local communities across the UK. In addition, the funds have helped our Here for You telephone support service, freely available to all stroke survivors and their carers, regardless of location.

The partnership has also supported employee health and wellbeing by raising awareness of stroke and providing staff volunteering opportunities – including to train as Stroke Prevention Champions.

This partnership won the 2021 Better Society Award for Best scheme to encourage staff fundraising – long term partners.

 

LoSalt

LoSalt and the Stroke Association are working together around our shared aim of helping the UK make informed choices for healthier lives. Our partnership #HealthierUK aims to share some tips and ideas for small changes which can make a big difference to our health, and raise awareness of the link between our lifestyle choices and our risk of stroke.  

To find out more about the partnership, please visit the #HealthierUK page

Omron

OMRON Healthcare helps people to realize healthy and comfortable lives around the world. As part of our strategic partnership, we partner on a range of stroke prevention and recovery activities – for example, OMRON provides us with blood pressure (BP) monitors for use at our events across the country and supports our online stroke support tool, My Stroke Guide. 

Savoo

Stroke Association has partnered with Savoo on a new and exciting fundraising project. Every time you make a search using Savoo, or use their money-saving voucher codes, you can choose to donate to the Stroke Association. We look forward to working together in partnership with Savoo. Visit the Savoo website to find out more. 

Sophie Allport

Sophie Allport is so pleased to partner with the Stroke Association, it is a charity personal to the Allport family, and it will remain in their hearts forever. We look forward to developing our relationship and helping to raise funds for critical research and campaigns.

Since 2007, Sophie Allport has been creating timeless pieces for your home. Sophie uses pen and watercolours to create her designs from her countryside home with her beloved dogs at her feet. Her playful collections are filled with charm and character and are designed to delight and inspire throughout the home. 

WavMob, Fleet UK

Our partnership with WavMob, a trading name of Fleet UK, focuses on Driving After Stroke.

For many people, getting back behind the wheel is a big priority after a stroke if you need to drive for work, family life or leisure.

Our driving after stroke guide, sponsored by WavMob, has information about how stroke and transient ischaemic attack (TIA) can affect your ability to drive.

 

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