A whole host of celebrities and influencers love Style For Stroke, changing the way people perceive stroke, one stylish step at a time.
Proceeds will be donated to The Stroke Association and Interact Stroke.
The Style For Stroke Foundation has been founded by award-winning charity campaigner Nick Ede. Nick has been a volunteer for the Stroke Association for nearly 20 years and created the Style For Stroke initiative to promote stroke to a younger demographic.
The campaign was created to show that anyone can suffer from a stroke and unlike many condition there isn’t a cure, although survivors can improve in time. A growing number of stroke suffers are under 40 and this is where the Style of Stroke Foundation seeks to highlight, educate and influence people to make healthy lifestyle choices and lower their risk of stroke.
The campaign has a whole host of celebrity supporters including Kelly Osbourne, Eva Longoria, Brooklyn Beckham, Denise Van Outen, Mel B, and many more. The models in this year’s campaign include four stroke survivors who all suffered from strokes under the age of 40 and who are all ambassadors for Style For Stroke. In addition to these supermodels, Richard Biedul, Charlie Winzar, and actress Laura Pradelska star in the 2018 campaign.
As a natural progression, Nick decided to launch a stand-alone foundation that will provide grants and funds for those who require help after being affected by a stroke.
The Foundation will continue to support the Stroke Association and Interact Stroke ensuring help for those most in need.
The Style For Stroke Foundation assists in the treatment and care of persons suffering from a mental or physical illness caused by a stroke or in need of rehabilitation as a result of such illness. In particular, to promote and protect the physical and mental health of sufferers of strokes through the provision of financial assistance to sufferers and the organizations which support them and to advance the education of the general public in all areas relating to strokes.