Help others survive and thrive

Stroke is one of Australia’s biggest killers and a leading cause of disability. It attacks the brain, the human control centre, changing lives in an instant.

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 our team is 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 us in our fight against stroke today by donating and helping share our story.

Thank you in advance.

Thank you to our Sponsors


Phil Davey

Great work Ian


Donovan Harris


Ian Rogers


Shane Neecowen

Good luck


Amanda Rogers

Awesome work Ian. 10 years ago- wow!


Martin Whiteley

Well done Ian. Still fighting for.


Paul Apolony


George Lekakis

Well done, Ian.


Rosanna Argall


Patrick Mcconnell


Michael Hartman

I remember you 1st telling me and the shock. A real wake up call. Stay well and good on ya for championing the cause.


Joe T

Go Ian!!


Alex Erskine

Ian, very best wishes!


Andrew Walsh

Well done Ian.


Luke Raven

Worthy cause, good on you Ian.



Made a small donation. Anonymous.


Pilates Pete

Great cause - and I know it’s very personal to you too


Paul Keating

Ian, you are old enough to remember cracker night, I'm sure. I used to sometimes think of my opponents sitting on the front bench as crackers, with Hewson the skyrocket. And Howard, always with such promise. He always reminded me of that thing called the flower pot. Now, I don't know if you remember the flower pot, but that was the one which always promised a dazzling performance. You'd light it up, and it had multicolours, and it did a show for you but, often, when you lit it up it went fffftt, you know, a bit of a spark... there was always a bit of a show, and then there'd be a bit more, and a bit more, then, finally, it fell away to nothing. Then there's [Ian] McLachlan, our establishment friend, who was supposed to have come to Canberra with a big bang. I always think of him as the bunger, you know, the big red bungers... the strong, silent type capable of a big bang. You light it up, everyone stands back, and then the wick goes down... and everyone's waiting... and they keep on waiting... and that's it, it doesn't go off. And then there's Bronwyn [Bishop]. She reminds me of the Catherine wheel. We used to nail them to the fence and they'd take off, spreadeagle the kids, burn the dog, run up a tree and then fizzle out going round in circles. So, that was our friends in the Opposition. Bitter, burnt out and accident prone."