The Stroke Association has launched it's first Information Point in the UK with a shop in Flintshire.
If you have a general enquiry about volunteering please complete this form.
There are thousands of other people affected by stroke out there. The Supporters’ Network can help you stay in touch.
Support our work by volunteering to become an Office and Administration Volunteer or a Life After Stroke Grants Volunteer.
Stroke survivors and carers may need a wide range of support to help with their stroke recovery. Peer support from other stroke survivors and carers can really make a difference here.
Our service groups play an important role in ensuring that stroke survivors don’t become socially isolated. They also help to build the confidence and self-esteem of the people who attend. As a Service Group Supporter, you will be part of a team assisting in the running of one or more of these service groups.
At the Stroke Association, we support people to make the best possible recovery following a stroke. One of the ways we help is through our Life After Stroke grants. Our LAS Grants volunteers apply for grants on behalf of stroke survivors and in doing so offer financial support to those most in need.
Raise awareness of stroke and fundraise by volunteering to become a Stroke Ambassador or an Events Fundraiser.
Support voluntary groups by volunteering to become a Stroke Group Supporter or a Voluntary Group Committee Member.
Lorraine Smith, a volunteer with a stroke club, describes what volunteering means to her.