Join the Virtual Fight Stroke Walk
October 18, 2020
Join us for a morning of exercise and help build stroke awareness in our community. Walk with us in support of the fight against the devastating effects of stroke. Celebrate the courage of stroke survivors, the stroke care community and honor the loved ones and the families of those no longer with us. Even though we are not able to walk beside you, we hope you take this chance to walk with your closest loved ones in your neighborhood or your favorite trail. Help us celebrate and come together by sharing a picture or a video and a message in recognition or remembrance of the loved one you are walking for.
The Stroke Awareness Foundation needs your help now more than ever. As the Covid-19 virus continues to threaten our community, stroke remains to be the #1 disabler and #5 killer in the US. Join us for exercise, help build community awareness and education.
When you register for the Fight Stroke Walk, you have the opportunity to create your own Fight Stroke Walk Team. A Team Captain may create and enter a “Team Name” when registering. Have friends choose your team name from the drop down menu when they register.
Since 2012, your participation in the Fight Stroke Walk has helped raise over $1,260,000 designated to improve stroke outcomes right here in Santa Clara County via a targeted Public Awareness Campaign producing measurable results.
Pick up your official Fight Stroke Walk T-Shirt and Walk Swag Tuesday, October 6th between 10 am and 2 pm. Please wear a mask.
Heritage Offices (back parking lot) 51 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell, CA 95124 Email with any questions to: email@example.com
Wear your Official Fight Stroke Walk T-Shirt and Lei and walk on your favorite trail.
Share your walk photos or video on our Facebook page or on your instagram using #fightstrokewalk. Post a message in recognition of your stroke survivor hero and honor those lost to stroke. Share this virtual event with your family and friends and ask them to join the Fight Stroke Walk now through October 31st.
Thank you for your support and help raising stroke awareness in our community. Together, we save lives and improve quality of life right here in Santa Clara County.
A Message From Our Co-Founder Charles J. Toeniskoetter