Steps for Stroke Fundraiser

THE AIM

Nathan is raising awareness for brain injury and stroke in young adults by undertaking the challenge of tackling 5 mountains in Canberra during National Stroke Week (2-8 Sept). He hopes to also raise vital funds for the Brain Foundation and Stroke Foundation.

WHAT HAPPENED

Nathan suffered a stroke at the age of 29 from a workplace accident in May 2017, which left him paralysed on his left side. Wheelchair bound, he has undergone multiple surgeries and months of rehabilitation, relearning how to walk. He continues to push himself to achieve the impossible each day on his long road to recovery.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

To donate, click the DONATE button below and you’ll be taken to Nathan’s fundraising page on the My Cause website. All donations go directly to the Brain Foundation and Stroke Foundation. Donations $2 or more are tax deductible.

WALK WITH NATHAN

If you’d like to join Nathan on a walk, please turn up at the following times and locations.

Participants are to wear weather appropriate attire for the walks and bring water and snacks. Ironside Coffee Co will be joining us at all walks (except Friday) to satisfy your coffee needs!

Mount Taylor
Monday 2nd September at 11am
Meet at the carpark just off Sulwood Drive Kambah near the intersection of Mannheim Street Kambah

Mount Arawang
Tuesday 3rd September at 11am
Meet at the start of the trail which is opposite the laneway between 4 and 5 Lincoln Place Chapman

Mount Painter
Wednesday 4th September at 11am
Meet at the start of the trail which is opposite the laneway between 20 and 22 Booth Crescent Cook (Trail access and additional street parking is also available through the laneway between 57 and 61 Mackeller Crescent Cook)

Mount Ainslie
Friday 6th September at 8am
Meet at Remembrance Nature Park (Behind Australian War Memorial)

Red Hill
Saturday 7th September at 1pm
Meet at the Red Hill Car Park located just off Mugga Way Red Hill

GET INVOLVED

If you’d like to get involved or have any queries, please contact Nathan or Kerrie at contact@afterstroke.org