Get Active4Stroke your way
Choose to run, walk, push, ride, or undertake stroke recovery, all whilst fundraising for Stroke Foundation.
Simply register, set yourself an activity goal or tell us when your event is, and set a fundraising target.
By getting Active4Stroke, you are not only raising funds to prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery, you are helping to reduce your own risk of stroke or secondary stroke.
Choose your activity
Tell us about your idea or event.
Try setting yourself a weekly activity goal or undertake stroke recovery.
Below are a few ideas
Create a Fundraise4Stroke page
Create your own dedicated page, which you can customise, and set a fundraising target.
Make a difference
Raise vital funds and awareness to help prevent, treat and beat stroke.
Create your own challenge
Get Active4Stroke your way by setting a fitness goal to achieve.
This could be the reccommended 30 minutes of exercise, five days a week.
Stroke recovery goals
Set yourself and your rehabilitation team some realistic goals to achieve within a certian time frame.
It's all about making a start!
Team Stroke takes Run Melbourne
With over 12 runners already, there is plenty of time to join this unque and inconic Melbourne event.
Join a fun run or fitness event
Register for Active4Stroke to fundraise, and purchase a ticket for your local fun run event.
Become a Team Stroke trekker
Join our upcoming trek - Scenic Rim trek, hosted by Inspired Adventures.
Find out more here
YOUR TEAM STROKE exercise SINGLET
Getting started can be the hardest part.
To help set you up for success, all you need to do is raise $50 on your fundraising page and you will unlock your free Team Stroke exercise singlet.
When you achieve this milestone, let us know your size, or, make sure your profile is up to date including your postal address.
You can find our size range here.
Tommy CYCLES 4 STROKE
Tommy Quick is an incredible athelete and a survivor of stroke.
In 2021 Tommy set off on a once in a lifetime challenge, to cycle on his recumbent bike to the four most extreme points of Australia, from Steep Point in Western Australia to Cape York in far north Queensland, covering over 9,000 kilometres. Over the past two years, Tommy has undertaken countless conversations to raise awareness of young stroke and break down social perceptions.
“I don’t like the word disabled. Everyone can set themselves a goal to do something – no matter how big or small it seems. I’d like to empower other stroke survivors to strive to do something they love. I have been working to make the Four Points of Australia idea a reality for four years.”
Tommy has shared his journey and efforts to raise vital awareness around young stroke, social inclusion, and stroke prevention, treatment and care.
Tommy has raised over $55,000 to help Stroke Foundation fight stroke.
Need support with your fundraising idea?
We are here to provide you with support, fundraising tips, merchandise and helpful resources.
As soon as you raise your first $50 we will send you a free Team Stroke exercise singlet.
We'd love to hear from you! You can give us a call on 1300 194 196 or email email@example.com