Introducing the Stroke Awareness
The Stroke Awareness EKit has all the tools you need to reach others – from email to large events – with important stroke education. All materials are free to use and no permission is required.
Stroke Awareness Sample Email
Raise awareness from the comfort of a computer.
» Start emailing.
Advertise your upcoming awareness event.
» Start promoting your event.
Paycheck and Bag Stuffer
Educate employees and customers by adding this stuffer to paychecks or shopping bags.
» Get the stuffer.
Stroke Awareness Social Media Posts
Use pre-formatted posts and tweets to reach out on Facebook and Twitter.
» Start posting and tweeting.
Stroke Awareness Resources for Healthcare Professionals
Educate patients on the signs of stroke and how they can act FAST.
» Get more resources.
Help spread awareness during National Stroke Awareness Month by sending an e-card to someone you know.
» View e-card choices
Fundraise your way by telling others why stroke is your cause.
» Get started.
Ask HR departments or local and online media to reprint this customizable newsletter.
» Get the newsletter.
Distribute stroke facts and more to bloggers and online, TV, radio and newspaper media. Don't forget to add your own story.
» Start writing your press release.
Stroke 101 Fact Sheet
Raise awareness accurately by disseminating the latest stroke statistics.
» Learn the facts.
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Use these Powerpoint presentations to help you with your awareness activities.
Marketing 101: Learn how to effectively design and deliver awareness messaging through events, social media and more.
» Get presentation
Community Presentations 101: Are you interested in putting together a presentation but not sure where to start? This step-by-step guide will ensure your success!
» Step-by-step guide
National Stroke Association has developed several short public service announcements for use in your awareness activities.
Brain Attack 30 Minute Film
» View now
Use these banners to promote National Stroke Awareness Month and the Faces of Stroke online.
Support Group Discussion Guide
Use this discussion guide to test stroke knowledge and identify ways to educate others.
» Start an awareness dialogue.
Act FAST for Stroke Challenge
Act FAST to raise awareness and vital funds to save more lives.
» Learn more.