Join Team Stroke for the Suffolk Endurancelife Marathon 2018. This challenging (but flat) marathon takes you through some of Suffolk’s most beautiful forest, moorland, grass and beach terrains.
Join us and help support stroke survivors and their family by taking part in Southampton’s biggest running event of the year. There are three distances to choose from, which one will you choose to conquer stroke?
This is a very exciting time to join the Stroke Association and this post presents a real opportunity for ambitious fundraising specialists to make their mark. Under the leadership of our CEO and Executive Director of Income Generation we are now developing a new strategy for doubling income from voluntary fundraising.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join the digital team in either our Northampton or London office.
Join us for the UK's leading 10-mile flat course running event. The route will take you through the iconic sights of Southsea and Portsmouth, including the Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, home of HMS Victory, Spinnaker Tower and finishing on the seafront with staggering views of the Isle of Wight.
Berwick Stroke Club is a welcoming social group which holds a regular ‘get together’ in a stunning location. There are delicious refreshments, you can have a homemade scone and help us put the world to rights.
Join Team Stroke for a true test of physical endurance. Conquer the Island of Anglesey by running 135 miles in three days or if you’re new to long distance running, sign up for the one-day 35-mile Firelighter challenge.
The Vitality Reading Half Marathon takes place on a flat fast course, taking in the highlights of Reading, passing through the university. You will experience a fantastic atmosphere and huge crowd support.This a great race if you are a beginner or hoping for a personal best.
The Neath Port Talbot Stroke Group was set up in 2014 by local Stroke Information and Advice coordinator, Jason Haynes, who recognised the need for more long-term support in this area of South Wales.
Read about this year's Fundraiser of the Year, Lucy Trafford.