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Events

‘Move For Stroke’ World Stroke Day 29th October 2020

You are invited to join us on World Stroke Day for a mindful, seated Yoga session with yoga instructor Ali Tilley and help us raise awareness for stroke. 29th October, 11am Anyone can join, all you have to do is wear blue and sign in via Zoom. If you can, we would...

The Big Blue Brunch

The Big Blue Brunch is a fundraising initiative that we are asking people to organise and participate in sometime around World Stroke Day (29th October 2020). It's real easy - organise a brunch, invite your friends, spread the word, bring a plate to share and a gold...

Wellington Round The Bays (16th Feb 2020)

Be part of our #DontBeTheOneNZ Team to raise awareness for stroke prevention and help us fundraise for a good cause. 1 in 4 people will suffer a stroke in their lifetime, yet 90% of strokes are preventable by living a more active and healthy life. Join this amazing...

Stroke Central Region Road Tour – Part 2 (Feb 2020)

Come and join us for our Stroke Central Region Road Tour and meet your local stroke support team, learn more about our services, who we are and our #DontBeTheOneNZ stroke prevention campaign. Carterton–24th Feb 2020 10:00amCarterton Events Centre Levin– 26th Feb...

Stroke Central Region Road Tour – Part 1

Want to know more about stroke? Come and join us for our FREE Stroke Central Region Road Tour to learn more about our services, who we are and our #DontBeTheOneNZ stroke prevention campaign. Whanganui –19th November 2019 2:30pmThe Barracks170 Hill Street, Whanganui...

Golden Sands Papamoa Fun Run (9th Nov 2019)

The Golden Sands Papamoa Fun Run (Saturday 9th November 2019) has partnered with our #DontBeTheOneNZ Campaign to promote healthy and active lifestyles for Kiwis young and old. If you want to take part in the event visit https://www.gssfunrun.co.nz/ for all the event...

Blue For Stroke Day (Schools and Colleges)

BLUE 4 STROKE DAY is a mufti day style event that schools across the community can participate in. Students wear blue and have some fun at the same time as raising awareness and learning about Stroke.