Felicity Williams

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I’m taking part in Stride4Stroke to help prevent, treat and beat stroke!

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability.

In Australia currently, 12% of people say they won’t have exercised this week. One million strokes a year globally are linked to physical inactivity. One of the things we can do to reduce our risk of stroke, or secondary stroke, is to keep active.

So this November I’m taking part in Stride4Stroke to raise vital funds and awareness for Stroke Foundation.

Stroke Foundation is committed to raising community awareness about stroke and stroke prevention, advocating for increased access to specialised stroke treatment and rehabilitation care, and supporting research into innovative treatments for the benefit of all Australians.

Please join me in my fight against stroke today by donating and helping share my story.

Thank you in advance.

So far I have helped Stroke Foundation deliver…

Advice and support from a health professional on StrokeLine

Stroke recovery packs to 3 survivors of stroke.

Training to a StrokeSafe volunteer to deliver community talks.

Funding to stroke researchers to find the next game-changer in stroke.

Thank you to my Sponsors


Grant And Mary


Tam B

Love to you, your family and your beautiful dad x






PAW is an amazing man and he is so lucky to have such a wonderful family to support him! X



So much love to you and your amazing family. Xxx


Tenille Daft

Love and light xxx


Felicity Williams


Charlotte Layton

Go team! To your incredibly inspiring dad and the amazing support team around him. You guys are awesome x


Marli Tapsall

Way to go Fliss & team!


Alison Smith

Your dad is an amazing tough man. X



Sending lots of love. You are an amazing support to your family and Dad! I'm sure he's very proud x





Gerald Englebretsen

Felicity I had no idea - your post had me thinking about how many people I know who have been affected by this scourge. Your father's latest battle seems remarkably unfair.