We do live in a lucky country and most of us get to a point in our lives where we don’t really need gifts. But if you are having a celebration, you know that your loved ones will want to share that celebration with a gift.
Why not ask for your gift to go towards making a difference to stroke survivors or to preventing stroke in Australia. It’s as simple as letting your family and friends know that, instead of a gift, to make a donation to fight stroke. We guarantee they will be inspired by your thoughtfulness and generosity.
It might be a second wedding, a milestone birthday, an anniversary or perhaps you just feel that someone recovering from stroke would benefit from your gifts. You might have a personal connection to stroke or you might just like to help someone out.
It’s easy to do, just click on the link below.
On 18th March 2012 Nance’s husband Les noticed that her speech was slurry and she was having trouble standing up straight, he called an ambulance and told them that he believed that she was having a stroke, and he was right.
Les explains “the Doctor informed me that Nance was very sick and he didn't think she could and or would recover.
Nance spent sixteen days at Box Hill Hospital Stroke Unit and was moved to the Peter James Centre for rehab, she had many visits from family and friends which the family feel contributed to her recovery.”
Give your guests a gift that they can continue to enjoy after your special day and support the Stroke Foundation at the same time. Order your bonbonniere from us.
For a minimum donation of $4 per guest, we will provide each of your wedding guests with a flower seed stick pack.
Donations of less than $4 per guests are more than welcomed however we are unfortunately unable to provide the Forget Me Not flower seed sticks. We can provide wording suggestions to create and print your own wedding bonbonniere cards.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate in calling our Community Fundraising on (03) 9670 1000.