Without hope, recovery can seem impossible and stroke survivors may find themselves unable to live their lives as fully as possible. We support people to find hope and rebuild their lives in ways that no one else can. There are now 1.3 million stroke survivors in the UK, and this number is growing. Our services have never been more stretched. That’s why we urgently need your support to rebuild lives.
Share the Hope After Stroke resources from this toolkit across your own social media channels to help us raise awareness and vital funds. We'll also be sharing lots of content on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn, so please like, comment on, and share our posts so we reach all of our communities.
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Donate today so that @thestrokesssoc can reach more stroke survivors and give them the specialist support they need to find #HopeAfterStroke and move forward with their recovery. Visit stroke.org.uk/givehope
Every five minutes, stroke destroys lives. Recovery from a stroke can be a long and difficult process. The Stroke Association helps stroke survivors and their families to rebuild their lives in ways that no one else can. Their specialist support helps them find the hope they need to move forward. Learn more about their work at stroke.org.uk/givehope
Giving Tuesday, 30 November 2021
Giving Tuesday is a day of global giving. Sharing these suggested posts and graphics will help us support more stroke survivors to find their moments of hope.
Not everyone gets the support and treatment they need after a stroke. But by supporting the Stroke Association this #GivingTuesday, you can help change that.
Donate now, and you could give stroke survivors the services they need to find #HopeAfterStroke.
Not everyone gets the support and treatment they need after a stroke. But that is not how it has to be. Support the Stroke Association this Giving Tuesday, and help fund vital services for stroke survivors and their families.
Donate now so that stroke survivors can begin making strides in their recovery and find their moment of #HopeAfterStroke.