Gisborne Stroke Support Group Inc.

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We provide support to people who have had strokes,young and elderly in the community.

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Enhancing the lives of stroke affected people through connections with other stroke survivors and organisations and agencies in the community. We are reliant on donations, community funding and the fundraising efforts of members for the day to day running of administration, group activities and providing stroke adviser to support stroke survivors.

We are highly valued within the community due to our successful outcomes for stroke survivors. We have a strong young support group who are instrumental in supporting other stroke survivors on their stroke journey.

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Supporting all Stroke Survivors their families/whanau and Carers through their stroke journey. Gisborne Stroke Support provided information, advice, education and advocacy services through out the Tairawhiti Region, "Reducing Risks and Improving Outcomes for all Stroke Survivors.


Latest donations

  • Waikanae Surf Lifesaving Club

    Waikanae Surf Lifesaving Club on 13 Jun 2019

    $70

    In memory of Pam Bramwell.

    $70

  • Stannard Family

    Stannard Family on 10 Jun 2019

    $50

    In memory of Pam Bramwell

    $50

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 24 Jan 2019

    $500

    Donation made on behalf of the late Fay Healey

    $500

    • Gisborne Stroke Support Group Inc.

      Your Memorial donation is very much appreciated and will be put toward our service programmes to support people with strokes in Gisborne.

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 23 Jun 2017

    Private

    In memory of David Holt

    Private

  • Beverley M Smith

    Beverley M Smith on 27 Aug 2014

    $20

    Hope this site generates lots and lots of donations

    $20


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