This year’s run is taking place at Hyde Park in London on Sunday 2 April 2017. You haven’t got long to go Ravin so we hope that you are already in training!
WHAT IS THE RESOLUTION RUN?
The Resolution Run is an event that is held by the Stroke Association to raise funds for their ongoing work, combating stroke in people of all ages. The Resolution run is exactly that – your resolution for the New Year. Whether it’s your first time running or if you’re planning to increase your distance, Resolution Runs aim to help you achieve your personal goals and raise money for a fantastic cause. Each run is designed to be fun for all ages and abilities.
You can find out more by visiting the official Resolution Run page on the Stroke Association website.
PLEASE SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR RAVIN!
You can show your support for Ravin by making a donation on his JustGiving page. Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and secure. We’d really appreciate any donation you can afford so click on the image below to make a donation today!
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Good luck Ravin, we know you can do it!
ABOUT THE STROKE ASSOCIATION.
The Stroke Association is the only UK-wide charity that is solely concerned with combating stroke in people of all ages.
“It’s a recommendation that all stroke patients receive a brain scan within one hour. Unfortunately, these guidelines are not mandatory. In England alone, over 6,000 patients a year wait more than 12 hours for a brain scan. This is unacceptable and without a clear commitment to a national plan for stroke, people’s lives and recoveries could be at risk.
There are many who suffer from unfortunate medical emergency of a Stroke, it affect’s lives and families in many ways. It’s so important for the patient to have someone strong beside their side to fight for their continued support to recovery after medical intervention. I also would like to see more awareness of what right now in daily life be can done for prevention as local government are always tightening funding strategies.
DON’T FORGET TO DONATE!
Here is the JustGiving donation button again, just in case you missed it the first time! Again, we’d really appreciate ANY size donation you can afford.