Stroke is one of the UK’s biggest health problems, but it doesn’t have the same profile as cancer, dementia and diabetes. Stroke strikes every five minutes in the UK, and 1.2 million survivors are struggling to cope with the effects of stroke today. 

We want to create mutually beneficial partnerships with businesses of all sizes that can help us put stroke on the map, and support your company’s social purpose and business objectives.

Together we can rebuild the lives of people affected by stroke.

Start a conversation today with us to find out how we could work together.

Our approach

Our overriding approach to working with businesses is one of collaboration. We will work together with you to plan clear and mutual goals and engage your colleagues. We will liaise with our teams across the organisation, including marketing, media, fundraising and services to provide you with the best support possible and ensure that partnering with us is smooth and efficient. 

 

Our people

We have an expert, professional and personable account management team with years of experience across the charity and corporate sectors. They're armed with the knowledge and ideas to help you get the most out of working with us. Depending on the level of partnership, we may be able to provide you with an account manager to work with you on a more dedicated basis.

To find out more about our team, call 0207 5660330 and ask for the Corporate Partnerships team or email corporatepartnerships@stroke.org.uk

 

What our partners and supporters say

The Stroke Association is a national charity with a local reach. They have been able to adapt our partnership to meet the unique needs of our business. We have benefited from having volunteer coordinators, volunteers and fundraising staff support us across a range of events and locations in the UK. With the complex nature of our business – as the UK’s leading facilities management company - and widespread footprint, it is important that the Stroke Association has been present at some of the events that matter most to our staff. By having that personal touch, our employees have been able to make a difference in the local community.”
Martin Wayman, Corporate Responsibility Manager, ISS UK

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