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Stroke Smart Magazine

Fall 2010

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Some New Ways to Get Involved with Stroke Awareness

National Stroke Association is excited to announce the launch of new Web tools at stroke.org. Users can now create personal fundraising Web pages and plan and execute events. Learn about ways to get involved with the organ-ization, whether it is by signing up for regular emails, becoming an advocate, learning about how to volunteer or running a marathon.

Learn more at stroke.org/getinvolved or by calling 800-STROKES (800-787-6537).


For years, dedicated supporters have been hosting and participating in events to raise stroke awareness and funds. Now you can easily do both with our Web-based event tools. Find tips for getting started and tools for marketing your events, including pre-formatted emails. Host a walk, golf tournament, spaghetti dinner or any event you prefer. Learn more at stroke.org/getinvolved or contact Carol Griffin at 303-754-0917 or cgriffin@stroke.org.

Personal Fundraising

What is your stroke story? Whatever your connection, you can share it with everyone by creating a Personal Fundraising Page and raising funds to benefit National Stroke Association. Tell your family, friends, coworkers and others why stroke is close to your heart and why you want to make a difference.

Visit stroke.org regularly for updates on our new Stroke Advocacy Network and launch of our new website later this year!


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