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The most influential voice in public policy is yours. Through the Stroke Advocacy Network you can influence stroke-related policy by engaging decision makers at every level of government. Together, we can make lives better for the stroke community.  Learn more about how you can get involved today.

The most influential voice in public policy is yours. Through the Stroke Advocacy Network you can influence stroke-related policy by engaging decision makers at every level of government. Together, we can make lives better for the stroke community.  Learn more about how you can get involved today.

There are many ways to get involved with us. Donate your time to educate others about stroke, raise funds through personal fundraising pages and events, or join one of our Stroke Challenge teams.

 

 

There are many ways to get involved with us. Donate your time to educate others about stroke, raise funds through personal fundraising pages and events, or join one of our Stroke Challenge teams.

 

 

Telling your story can help raise awareness about stroke warning signs and symptoms, risk factors, and what to do when someone has a stroke.  We provide the resources you need from telling your story online or in person. Learn more about the ways you can tell your stroke story and educate your community about stroke today. 

Telling your story can help raise awareness about stroke warning signs and symptoms, risk factors, and what to do when someone has a stroke.  We provide the resources you need from telling your story online or in person. Learn more about the ways you can tell your stroke story and educate your community about stroke today. 

 

Volunteers play a crucial role in helping to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke. There are many different ways to volunteer with us and we will work with you to find the right fit. You can volunteer in our office in Centennial, Colorado helping us with daily, on-the-ground projects. You can also volunteer with us from your hometown by hosting a stroke awareness event. We offer internships in many of our departments for those looking to gain professional experience at a nationally recognized nonprofit. 

Volunteers play a crucial role in helping to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke. There are many different ways to volunteer with us and we will work with you to find the right fit. You can volunteer in our office in Centennial, Colorado helping us with daily, on-the-ground projects. You can also volunteer with us from your hometown by hosting a stroke awareness event. We offer internships in many of our departments for those looking to gain professional experience at a nationally recognized nonprofit. 

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For over 30 years we have been the trusted source for free resources and education to the stroke community. Together, we empower survivors and their circle of care to thrive after stroke. Make your tax-deductible donation today to support the growing needs of the stroke community.