The Strides for Stroke Walk will be held on October 12th 2019 at Brown Park (beside Baptist Health Louisville). Registration & Team Photos begins at 11am and the Walk begins at noon.
$15 walkers (includes FREE t-shirt)
The Strides for Stroke Walk is held to bring awareness of stroke and the warning signs and risks of stroke. Rapid treatment saves lives and prevents loss of brain tissue. Come join us to meet supports, survivors and caregivers. Assist us by contributing to our efforts in raising community awareness of stroke.
Your participation in the walk/run will help the Kentuckiana Stroke Association raise much needed funds to help get the word out about stroke and how it affects our lives.
The Strides for Stroke Walk will be held on Saturday, October 13th at Brown Park (beside Baptist Health Louisville). Registration begins at 11am. The walk begins at noon. Walkers are encouraged to get teams & raise donations to support the Kentuckiana Stroke Association. $15 minimum Donation per person (includes free t-shirt).
2017 marked another fabulous Strides for Stroke Walk held on Saturday, October 7th at Brown Park (beside Baptist Health Louisville). The walk began at 1pm. The community joined together as teams to raise donations to support the Kentuckiana Stroke Association.
Thank you to our 2017 Supporting Sponsor
the 2016 Strides for Stroke Walk/Run
Thank you to our Strides for Strokes 2016 Sponsors above. We could not do it without all of your support.
2015 Strides for Stroke Walk/Run
Come and join us for the 6th Annual Strides for Stroke Walk or Run!
Join the $5 club! Grab a postcard and get 15-$5 donations to raise $75 for Stroke!
WALK/RUN DONATIONS CAN BE MADE ALL THE WAY THROUGH December 31, 2016. Help us get over the $25,000 Mark!
6th Annual Strides for Stroke Walk/Run will be held on Sunday, October 4, 2015 with registration and team photos beginning at 12Noon and the RUN begins at 1PM/WALK at 1:15pm.
Individual Walkers that raise $50.00+ will receive the official walk t-shirt.
Year after year Stroke survivors, family members, healthcare professionals and the community come out to join KSISA for the annual Strides for Stroke Walk. This walk is a open to the community event. Held at one of the many parks in Louisville, KY. The event offers educational material, support, resources, awareness, and exercise to the Kentucky and Southern IN communities. Strides for Stroke Walks are a major fundraiser for KSISA and the funds raised are necessary to reach further in providing educational information to more people affected by stroke throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana.
To learn more about the Strides for Stroke Walk coming this fall follow this link.
KSISA has been blessed to have Mike Brown Chair the Strides for Stroke Walk Committee. Without his efforts and the efforts of the others who volunteer to make this event possible KSISA would not be able to continue to provide Stroke education, awareness, and support to the Kentucky and Southern Indiana Community. Thank You.
Just because 2014 is behind us does not mean you can't join us for 2015. Its official- the 6th annual Strides for Stroke 5K Walk/Run will be held Sunday, October 4th at 1pm at our new location at EP Tom Sawyer Park!
Strides for Stroke Walk 2014
KSISA's 5th Annual Strides for Stroke Walk raised a Record Breaking $13,500. Thanks to everyone who made this possible! Saturday, October 11th 2014. Thank you to our 2014 Sponsors for all you do to support KSISA. Special Thank You to Alisha Duvall for providing the photo booth for the event.
Strides for Stroke Walk 2013
2013's Strides for Stroke Walk was a cold and wet one, but that did not stop the crowd from joining in the fun. Soaking wet the teams step by step pushed the mission of KSISA forward. KSISA thanks all of our sponsors for the 2013 Strides for Stroke walk. We would not be able to continue our mission if it was not for support for our fundraising events like the Strides for Stroke Walks.
Strides for Stroke Walk 2012
Strides for Stroke Walk 2012 was held at Brown Park in Louisville, KY on Saturday, October 20th, 2012. It started out a chilly morning but that did not stop the community from showing their support. Bringing their family members, loved ones, colleagues, strollers and pets the Kentucky and Southern Indiana residents stepped out for stroke awareness.