Stroke Association Voluntary Groups provide long term social and peer support to people affected by stroke. They organise events and meet together to reduce social isolation and rebuild the confidence of members. Take a look at the types of roles we have for these groups. Find out more by clicking the links to the role descriptions, and find opportunities by clicking the buttons after each section. 

Stroke Group Supporter

Stroke group supporters assist in the running of one (or more) local voluntary groups and help support the group members. Read the full role description for more information.

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Stroke Cafe Supporter

Stroke cafes provide an informal setting to offer local peer and social support to stroke survivors and carers. As a stroke cafe supporter, you will assist with the running of a local cafe and enable people to meet and share experiences with others in the same situation, and support their recovery from stroke. Read the full role description for more information.

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Voluntary Group Treasurer

A Voluntary group treasurer takes on specific roles and responsibilities in managing and reporting on the finances of the group. Read the full role description for more information.

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Voluntary Group Secretary

A voluntary group secretary takes on specific roles and responsibilities in organising and supporting volunteers in the group. Read the full role description for more information.

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Voluntary Group Chairperson

A Voluntary group chairperson takes on specific roles and responsibilities in leading and supporting the group volunteers. Read the full role description for more information.

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Voluntary Group Committee Member

Committee member roles are varied and interesting because they take on duties to suit the needs of their local group. Read the full role description for more information.

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Tea Buddy

A tea buddy supports the group behind the scenes, helping to make it feel welcoming and comfortable by providing tea, coffee and refreshments to members, visitors and other volunteers in the group. Read the full role description for more information.

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