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With admiration and thanks to governments and the passionate ministers, senators, and officers in government departments, who are steadfastly committed to a healthier Australia and better stroke outcomes for all. 

Commonwealth Government

  • National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA)  
  • Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC)  
  • Department of Industry, Innovation and Science – Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Emerging Priorities and Consumer Driven Research (EPCDR) Initiative 
  • MRFF Cardiovascular Health Mission 
  • Department of Social Services 

 

State & Territory Governments

  • Australian Capital Territory Government 
    Queensland Health
  • Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services
  • Western Australian Department of Health
  • New South Wales Department of Health 
With admiration and thanks to governments and the passionate ministers, senators, and officers in government departments, who are steadfastly committed to a healthier Australia and better stroke outcomes for all. 

Commonwealth Government

  • National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA)  
  • Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC)  
  • Department of Industry, Innovation and Science – Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) Emerging Priorities and Consumer Driven Research (EPCDR) Initiative 
  • MRFF Cardiovascular Health Mission 
  • Department of Social Services 

 

State & Territory Governments

  • Australian Capital Territory Government 
    Queensland Health
  • Tasmanian Department of Health and Human Services
  • Western Australian Department of Health
  • New South Wales Department of Health 

With thanks to our Sponsors who step up to ensure the success of our key initiatives, campaigns, and events to raise awareness and funds to prevent, treat, and beat stroke.


Major sponsors



Supporting sponsors



In-kind sponsors

 

 

With thanks to our Sponsors who step up to ensure the success of our key initiatives, campaigns, and events to raise awareness and funds to prevent, treat, and beat stroke.


Major sponsors



Supporting sponsors



In-kind sponsors

 

 

Recognising the businesses who are driving momentum in the fight against stroke for their employees, their customers, and their communities. 

Fight Stroke Champion Businesses

  • Fired Up Group
  • OzCAD
  • Silverline Medical 

Supporting Businesses

  • Ahrens Group  
  • Alpha Strength
  • Arrive Wealth Management
  • Blue Label
  • Halcyon Finnce
  • J.J Richards Waste & Recycling
  • Nexia Melbourne
  • Pumpseal Sales Technology Solutions
  • PSC Foundation
  • RMBL Investments
  • Ryman Health Care
  • Thermo Fischer Scientific
  • Total Window Concepts
  • Yardstick Advisory 

 

Workplaces & Employees

Thank you to companies and staff who spotlight and support our fight against stroke through workplace awareness and fundraising activities, and to employees who give regularly to Stroke Foundation through their employer’s workplace giving program. 

Fundraisers

  • Aveo Robertson Park Residents’ Fund
  • BHP Olympic Dam
  • Bupa Care Corner 
  • Ritchies Stores 

 

Workplace giving

  • AECOM (Give Back)
  • AGL (Power to Give)
  • Apple
  • Australia Post
  • Atlassian
  • Beach Energy Ltd
  • BUPA HI Pty Ltd
  • CSL (Giving for Good)
  • D&B
  • Findex
  • Google
  • HPI
  • IAG Insurance
  • Macquarie
  • Medibank
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft Rewards / Give with Bing
  • Morningstar
  • MYOB
  • National Australia Bank Ltd
  • OPTUS (yes4good)
  • Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) Services Trust
  • Salesforce
  • SAP Australia
  • Service Now
  • Suncorp Group
  • Vita Group Limited
  • Westpac Group

 

In-kind & Probono Supporters 

  • Arnold Bloch Leibler
  • Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  • Dell Technologies 

 

We also extend our recognition and thanks to the generous Fight Stroke Champion Businesses, Employees, Workplaces and Supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

Recognising the businesses who are driving momentum in the fight against stroke for their employees, their customers, and their communities. 

Fight Stroke Champion Businesses

  • Fired Up Group
  • OzCAD
  • Silverline Medical 

Supporting Businesses

  • Ahrens Group  
  • Alpha Strength
  • Arrive Wealth Management
  • Blue Label
  • Halcyon Finnce
  • J.J Richards Waste & Recycling
  • Nexia Melbourne
  • Pumpseal Sales Technology Solutions
  • PSC Foundation
  • RMBL Investments
  • Ryman Health Care
  • Thermo Fischer Scientific
  • Total Window Concepts
  • Yardstick Advisory 

 

Workplaces & Employees

Thank you to companies and staff who spotlight and support our fight against stroke through workplace awareness and fundraising activities, and to employees who give regularly to Stroke Foundation through their employer’s workplace giving program. 

Fundraisers

  • Aveo Robertson Park Residents’ Fund
  • BHP Olympic Dam
  • Bupa Care Corner 
  • Ritchies Stores 

 

Workplace giving

  • AECOM (Give Back)
  • AGL (Power to Give)
  • Apple
  • Australia Post
  • Atlassian
  • Beach Energy Ltd
  • BUPA HI Pty Ltd
  • CSL (Giving for Good)
  • D&B
  • Findex
  • Google
  • HPI
  • IAG Insurance
  • Macquarie
  • Medibank
  • Microsoft
  • Microsoft Rewards / Give with Bing
  • Morningstar
  • MYOB
  • National Australia Bank Ltd
  • OPTUS (yes4good)
  • Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC) Services Trust
  • Salesforce
  • SAP Australia
  • Service Now
  • Suncorp Group
  • Vita Group Limited
  • Westpac Group

 

In-kind & Probono Supporters 

  • Arnold Bloch Leibler
  • Corrs Chambers Westgarth
  • Dell Technologies 

 

We also extend our recognition and thanks to the generous Fight Stroke Champion Businesses, Employees, Workplaces and Supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

With recognition and thanks to the charitable Trusts and Foundations whose targeted support builds our capacity and empowers our effectiveness and impact. 

  • Annie Danks Trust
  • CAGES Foundation
  • Count Charitable Foundation
  • The Elizabeth & Barry Davies Charitable Foundation
  • Erica Foundation
  • The Lionel & Yvonne Spencer Trust
  • Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation
  • The William Angliss Charitable Fund
  • The Yvonne and Lionel Spencer Charitable Trust 

We also extend our recognition and thanks to our generous Trust & Foundation supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

With recognition and thanks to the charitable Trusts and Foundations whose targeted support builds our capacity and empowers our effectiveness and impact. 

  • Annie Danks Trust
  • CAGES Foundation
  • Count Charitable Foundation
  • The Elizabeth & Barry Davies Charitable Foundation
  • Erica Foundation
  • The Lionel & Yvonne Spencer Trust
  • Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation
  • The William Angliss Charitable Fund
  • The Yvonne and Lionel Spencer Charitable Trust 

We also extend our recognition and thanks to our generous Trust & Foundation supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

With sincere gratitude to the individuals and families playing a leading role in supporting game-changing advances in stroke for survivors, their carers and families, health professionals and researchers.  

  • Mr Michael Ahrens
  • Mr & Mrs Geoff & Robin Aubourg
  • Mrs Rita Andre
  • Will & Dorothy Bailey Charitable Fund
  • Mr & Mrs Leo & Ann Browne
  • Mrs & Mr Barbara & Ian Butler
  • The Jack and Hedy Brent Foundation
  • The L.R Cazaly Trust Fund
  • Mr Neville Castles
  • The Ronald Alan Curry Trust
  • The Edward C Dunn Foundation
  • Dr Michael Gronow
  • Dr Margaret Harding
  • The Halifax Foundation
  • Mr & Mrs Bill & Alison Hayward
  • Kingfam Foundation
  • J & E King Family Foundation Limited
  • Mrs Sylvia Miller
  • Mr Sam Miller
  • Graham and Pam Nock Foundation
  • Mr & Mrs David & Glenys Overton
  • The Henry Pollack Foundation
  • Annie & John Paterson Foundation
  • Ms Jill Ross-Perrier
  • Mrs Dianne Shakespeare
  • The Sun Foundation Pty Ltd
  • Miss Jane Rich
  • Ms Enid Swain
  • Lady Marigold Southey, AC
  • Ms Jennifer Tatchell
  • Mr James Tait
  • Ms Marietta Tooher
  • Wheatley Family Foundation
  • Mrs Jean Williamson

     

We also extend our thanks to our generous Major Donors who wish to remain anonymous. 

 

With sincere gratitude to the individuals and families playing a leading role in supporting game-changing advances in stroke for survivors, their carers and families, health professionals and researchers.  

  • Mr Michael Ahrens
  • Mr & Mrs Geoff & Robin Aubourg
  • Mrs Rita Andre
  • Will & Dorothy Bailey Charitable Fund
  • Mr & Mrs Leo & Ann Browne
  • Mrs & Mr Barbara & Ian Butler
  • The Jack and Hedy Brent Foundation
  • The L.R Cazaly Trust Fund
  • Mr Neville Castles
  • The Ronald Alan Curry Trust
  • The Edward C Dunn Foundation
  • Dr Michael Gronow
  • Dr Margaret Harding
  • The Halifax Foundation
  • Mr & Mrs Bill & Alison Hayward
  • Kingfam Foundation
  • J & E King Family Foundation Limited
  • Mrs Sylvia Miller
  • Mr Sam Miller
  • Graham and Pam Nock Foundation
  • Mr & Mrs David & Glenys Overton
  • The Henry Pollack Foundation
  • Annie & John Paterson Foundation
  • Ms Jill Ross-Perrier
  • Mrs Dianne Shakespeare
  • The Sun Foundation Pty Ltd
  • Miss Jane Rich
  • Ms Enid Swain
  • Lady Marigold Southey, AC
  • Ms Jennifer Tatchell
  • Mr James Tait
  • Ms Marietta Tooher
  • Wheatley Family Foundation
  • Mrs Jean Williamson

     

We also extend our thanks to our generous Major Donors who wish to remain anonymous. 

 

We are honoured to receive the generous legacies of supporters who have left a gift in their Will to ensure better stroke prevention, treatment and recovery for our generation, and generations to come. 

  • Jeanette Alfredson
  • Kathleen Allen
  • Shirley Apelt
  • Peter Augustes
  • Geoffrey Bentley
  • Dolly Berwick
  • Irene Blair
  • Joy Bossini
  • Helen Jean Burgess
  • Nola Bren
  • Isabella Campo
  • Muriel Coventry
  • Michele Day
  • Betty Dickinson
  • Robert Donnan
  • Aleida Ekkel
  • The Late James Fairfax AC
  • Susan Fluellen
  • Francis Goudge
  • Geoffrey Gover
  • Richard Graham
  • Michael Harriss
  • Norman Heidemann
  • Rita Hughes
  • Patricia Hunt
  • Margaret Hunter
  • Rex Johns
  • Yvonne Jones
  • Lynette Keogh
  • Dorothy King
  • Mildred Lapthorne
  • Ian Lester
  • Allan Lorraine
  • Helen Mackenzie
  • Mrs Matheson
  • Leslie Maurer
  • Patrick McDermott
  • Douglass McDonough
  • Joan Mein
  • Francis Meldrum
  • Muriel Ming
  • Peter Mitchell
  • Joan Neumann
  • Vincent Pengilly
  • Marie Preston
  • Beryl Elizabeth Raymer
  • Leslie Richards
  • Tanya Roddan
  • Hilda Rose
  • Allan Rowling
  • Gertrude Tatzel
  • Valerie Thorburn
  • Jacqueline Turner
  • Sylvia Wade
  • June Weller

We also extend our thanks to our generous gift in Will supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

We are honoured to receive the generous legacies of supporters who have left a gift in their Will to ensure better stroke prevention, treatment and recovery for our generation, and generations to come. 

  • Jeanette Alfredson
  • Kathleen Allen
  • Shirley Apelt
  • Peter Augustes
  • Geoffrey Bentley
  • Dolly Berwick
  • Irene Blair
  • Joy Bossini
  • Helen Jean Burgess
  • Nola Bren
  • Isabella Campo
  • Muriel Coventry
  • Michele Day
  • Betty Dickinson
  • Robert Donnan
  • Aleida Ekkel
  • The Late James Fairfax AC
  • Susan Fluellen
  • Francis Goudge
  • Geoffrey Gover
  • Richard Graham
  • Michael Harriss
  • Norman Heidemann
  • Rita Hughes
  • Patricia Hunt
  • Margaret Hunter
  • Rex Johns
  • Yvonne Jones
  • Lynette Keogh
  • Dorothy King
  • Mildred Lapthorne
  • Ian Lester
  • Allan Lorraine
  • Helen Mackenzie
  • Mrs Matheson
  • Leslie Maurer
  • Patrick McDermott
  • Douglass McDonough
  • Joan Mein
  • Francis Meldrum
  • Muriel Ming
  • Peter Mitchell
  • Joan Neumann
  • Vincent Pengilly
  • Marie Preston
  • Beryl Elizabeth Raymer
  • Leslie Richards
  • Tanya Roddan
  • Hilda Rose
  • Allan Rowling
  • Gertrude Tatzel
  • Valerie Thorburn
  • Jacqueline Turner
  • Sylvia Wade
  • June Weller

We also extend our thanks to our generous gift in Will supporters who wish to remain anonymous. 

We are in awe of our amazing community of fundraisers who share our passion for standing beside people with stroke in our community and taking action to prevent, treat, and beat stroke 

Counterstroke Golf Classic Committee

  • Dee Clements (Co-Chair)
  • Chris Reilly (Co-Chair)
  • Libby Cotton
  • Caroline Ennels
  • Ross Eddy
  • Ian Gardner
  • Graeme Hall
  • Helen Angus

 

Tasmania Iconic Walks Committee

  • Jo Cordell-Cooper
  • Marg Marshall
  • Melinda Williams
  • Linda Britts
  • Caroline Gray

 

Tasmanian Iconic Walks – Team Motivational Speakers

  • Matt Picone
  • Matthew Rossendell
  • Renee Hunt
  • Elise Dewar

 

4 Points Australia

  • Tommy Quick

 

Men’s Health Awareness Ball

  • Vik Bhandari

 

Maria Venuti Concert

  • Bianca Venuti

 

In memory of Cathy Aguilar

  • Alex Aguilar

 

Towel Challenge

  • Lee Carseldine
  • David Genat

 

Stride4Stroke - Training with mates

  • Daniel Maitland (Captain)
  • Rebecca Maitland
  • Lily Smith
  • Eleyne Spencer
  • Georgie Whittle
  • Lindsay Anderson
  • Julia Smith
  • Amy Hibberd
  • Ciara Scott
  • Rachel Franklin
  • Sammie Johnson
  • Paul Fink
  • Joel Mckee
  • Peter Monahan
  • Scott Mcgregor
  • Sophie Durnan
  • Colin Beeby
  • Shona Evans
  • Angus Octigan
  • Michael Todd
  • Emile Trainer
  • Harrison Spencer
  • Anthony Selby
  • Robbie Anderton
  • Patrick Smith

 

Pezet Pacers

  • Angela Mulcahy
  • Tim Pezet
  • Daniel Pezet
  • Hannah Duggan
  • Emily Style
  • Daniel Style
  • Chris Pezet
  • Janelle Champney
  • Annette Pezet
  • Stephen Pezet

 

PAW and Associates

  • Sara Williams
  • Miriam Williams
  • Jacinta Williams
  • Marianna Moore
  • Prudence Williams
  • Xavier Williams
  • Siobhan Williams
  • Alexandra Williams
  • Francesca Williams
  • Alan Williams

 

Box Hill Stroke Team

  • Alicia Lawrence
  • Tee Fraser
  • Bailey M
  • James Thomson
  • Penny Pendrey
  • Judi Boothroyd
  • Claire Rossi
  • Lorraine Mcdonald
  • Bec Mathews
  • Hannah Boreham
  • Kathy’s Power Walkers
  • Hannah Castle
  • Trent Avery
  • Lauren Vincent
  • Brett Castle
  • Heather Young
  • Lyn Vincent
  • Greg Vincent
  • Rod Avery
  • Matthew Magin
  • Samanth O’toole

 

Mandi & Co – On the Run

  • Amanda Newstead
  • Naomi Clayton
  • Luke Thomas
  • Cass Ponchard
  • Tracey Laverick
  • Leonie Lewis
  • Penny Genoli
  • Teresa Capobianco

 

Hike for Health – Larapinta Trek

  • Priya Sharma
  • Cindy Tan
  • Ashlea Needham
  • Andrew Ross
  • Alex Reed
  • Trina Wood-Brown
  • Peter Hoang

 

Melbourne Marathon

  • Adam Jarvis
  • Luke Jarvis

We also extend our thanks to everyone who has supported and donated to their fundraising activities and to our community fundraisers who wish to remain anonymous. 

We are in awe of our amazing community of fundraisers who share our passion for standing beside people with stroke in our community and taking action to prevent, treat, and beat stroke 

Counterstroke Golf Classic Committee

  • Dee Clements (Co-Chair)
  • Chris Reilly (Co-Chair)
  • Libby Cotton
  • Caroline Ennels
  • Ross Eddy
  • Ian Gardner
  • Graeme Hall
  • Helen Angus

 

Tasmania Iconic Walks Committee

  • Jo Cordell-Cooper
  • Marg Marshall
  • Melinda Williams
  • Linda Britts
  • Caroline Gray

 

Tasmanian Iconic Walks – Team Motivational Speakers

  • Matt Picone
  • Matthew Rossendell
  • Renee Hunt
  • Elise Dewar

 

4 Points Australia

  • Tommy Quick

 

Men’s Health Awareness Ball

  • Vik Bhandari

 

Maria Venuti Concert

  • Bianca Venuti

 

In memory of Cathy Aguilar

  • Alex Aguilar

 

Towel Challenge

  • Lee Carseldine
  • David Genat

 

Stride4Stroke - Training with mates

  • Daniel Maitland (Captain)
  • Rebecca Maitland
  • Lily Smith
  • Eleyne Spencer
  • Georgie Whittle
  • Lindsay Anderson
  • Julia Smith
  • Amy Hibberd
  • Ciara Scott
  • Rachel Franklin
  • Sammie Johnson
  • Paul Fink
  • Joel Mckee
  • Peter Monahan
  • Scott Mcgregor
  • Sophie Durnan
  • Colin Beeby
  • Shona Evans
  • Angus Octigan
  • Michael Todd
  • Emile Trainer
  • Harrison Spencer
  • Anthony Selby
  • Robbie Anderton
  • Patrick Smith

 

Pezet Pacers

  • Angela Mulcahy
  • Tim Pezet
  • Daniel Pezet
  • Hannah Duggan
  • Emily Style
  • Daniel Style
  • Chris Pezet
  • Janelle Champney
  • Annette Pezet
  • Stephen Pezet

 

PAW and Associates

  • Sara Williams
  • Miriam Williams
  • Jacinta Williams
  • Marianna Moore
  • Prudence Williams
  • Xavier Williams
  • Siobhan Williams
  • Alexandra Williams
  • Francesca Williams
  • Alan Williams

 

Box Hill Stroke Team

  • Alicia Lawrence
  • Tee Fraser
  • Bailey M
  • James Thomson
  • Penny Pendrey
  • Judi Boothroyd
  • Claire Rossi
  • Lorraine Mcdonald
  • Bec Mathews
  • Hannah Boreham
  • Kathy’s Power Walkers
  • Hannah Castle
  • Trent Avery
  • Lauren Vincent
  • Brett Castle
  • Heather Young
  • Lyn Vincent
  • Greg Vincent
  • Rod Avery
  • Matthew Magin
  • Samanth O’toole

 

Mandi & Co – On the Run

  • Amanda Newstead
  • Naomi Clayton
  • Luke Thomas
  • Cass Ponchard
  • Tracey Laverick
  • Leonie Lewis
  • Penny Genoli
  • Teresa Capobianco

 

Hike for Health – Larapinta Trek

  • Priya Sharma
  • Cindy Tan
  • Ashlea Needham
  • Andrew Ross
  • Alex Reed
  • Trina Wood-Brown
  • Peter Hoang

 

Melbourne Marathon

  • Adam Jarvis
  • Luke Jarvis

We also extend our thanks to everyone who has supported and donated to their fundraising activities and to our community fundraisers who wish to remain anonymous. 

Stroke Foundation collaborates with like-minded organisations on shared aims for improving chronic disease awareness, prevention, treatment, and recovery for a healthier Australia.

Health & Charity Sector Partners

  • Cancer Council Victoria
  • Cochrane Australia
  • Diabetes Australia (Queensland)
  • Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
  • National Heart Foundation 

Key Alliances

Read about our Alliances

Stroke Foundation collaborates with like-minded organisations on shared aims for improving chronic disease awareness, prevention, treatment, and recovery for a healthier Australia.

Health & Charity Sector Partners

  • Cancer Council Victoria
  • Cochrane Australia
  • Diabetes Australia (Queensland)
  • Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
  • National Heart Foundation 

Key Alliances

Read about our Alliances

Thank you to past significant supporters who have realised important Stroke Foundation projects that endure today.

EnableMe website

Established in 2013, EnableMe is a free online resource that brings together stroke information, videos, tools and conversation with other survivors and carers. 

EnableMe enables access to forums and blogs to share experiences about recovery or life after stroke, health professionals for asking questions, setting and tracking recovery goals, and accessibility settings to personalise the site so it is easier to view.
 
With more than 8,800 registered users and growing, EnableMe continuously updates to ensure survivors of stroke and their carers and families have everything they need to manage their recovery and grow stronger after stroke. 

 

InformMe website

Established in 2015, InformMe is a dedicated resource for health professionals to improve the treatment of stroke care.  

Membership is offered to health professionals working in stroke care, including those currently studying. The site is home to Australia’s Living Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management, Childhood Stroke clinical guidelines stroke data and audits, and is accessed by more than 100,000 unique users annually.  

 

Thank you to past significant supporters who have realised important Stroke Foundation projects that endure today.

EnableMe website

Established in 2013, EnableMe is a free online resource that brings together stroke information, videos, tools and conversation with other survivors and carers. 

EnableMe enables access to forums and blogs to share experiences about recovery or life after stroke, health professionals for asking questions, setting and tracking recovery goals, and accessibility settings to personalise the site so it is easier to view.
 
With more than 8,800 registered users and growing, EnableMe continuously updates to ensure survivors of stroke and their carers and families have everything they need to manage their recovery and grow stronger after stroke. 

 

InformMe website

Established in 2015, InformMe is a dedicated resource for health professionals to improve the treatment of stroke care.  

Membership is offered to health professionals working in stroke care, including those currently studying. The site is home to Australia’s Living Clinical Guidelines for Stroke Management, Childhood Stroke clinical guidelines stroke data and audits, and is accessed by more than 100,000 unique users annually.