Bluebird Care Epsom & Kingston is supporting the Stroke Association’s Make May Purple campaign
This May Bluebird Care Epsom & Kingston is supporting the Stroke Association’s annual stroke awareness month, Make May Purple.This May Bluebird Care Epsom & Kingston is supporting the Stroke Association’s annual stroke awareness month, Make May Purple.
The Stroke Association is the UK’s leading stroke charity who strongly believe strokes can and should be prevented, however this health challenge does not receive the attention or funding it requires. The organisation works directly with stroke survivors and their families, health and social care professionals and scientists and researchers.
Make May Purple is back for 2017 and the Stroke Association are encouraging everyone to take part through a number of fundraising activities. Over 1 million people across the UK are rebuilding their lives’ after having a stroke. Supporters of Make May Purple across Epsom, Ewell and Kingston districts including Epsom, Ewell, Ashtead and Banstead, Stoneleigh, and Worcester Park to Kingston, Chessington, Surbiton, New Malden, Berrylands, Coombe will help the Stroke Association fund vital research into stroke care and treatment. Communities are encouraged to wear purple, bake purple treats or even set challenges and raise funds using the sponsorship form.
Paul Barry, director of Bluebird Care Epsom & Kingston, said: