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Stroke Awareness Week 2019

1st-12th April 2019
Stroke Awareness Week 2019

Stroke Awareness Week will have the Big Blue theme in 2019, this can take various forms, whether it is The Big Blue Brunch or any other kind of Big Blue Event that you feel will attract your friends or colleagues to support the cause!

If you are interested in hosting an event or would like to team up with other people who are then contact Stroke Central Region and we can help put you in contact or give you some help with ideas or advice on what has worked in the past.

A few ideas that are being talked about at the moment are:
• High Tea's
• Movie nights
• The Big Blue Brunch
• Blue for Schools
• Concerts
• Barbecues
Top tip is keep it simple and fun!

Sponsorships
Stroke Central Region are looking for sponsorship from the community and organisations to help us make it the best Stroke Awareness Week yet.
• Host an event!
• Sponsor us!
• Donate!
• Help us to promote Stroke Awareness Week!
Any help is greatly appreciated and we have good marketing streams and a loyal base of support!

Get involved



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