With your support, we are fighting stroke.
To improve prevention, diagnosis, acute treatment and overcome disability following stroke for all Australians.
To raise funds in support of world-class stroke research and innovation to cure stroke and improve the lives of all Australians touched by stroke.
About Cure for Stroke Australia
Cure for Stroke Australia (CFSA) is a charity of The Hospital Research Foundation Group.
The Hospital Research Foundation Group supports over 50 areas of medical research and patient care and fights for cures, for better treatments and improved care in our hospitals.
Our Group includes a number of charities, giving our supporters choice and enabling efficiencies to ensure more funds go to finding cures and improving care.
So, for every $1 you donate to CFSA, we provide over $5 in grants to lifesaving research and patient care! This is because our administration costs are covered by The Hospital Research Foundation’s commercial business activities which also boosts our funds to research and patient care each year.
This means your support of CFSA has an event bigger impact.
Cure for Stroke Australia (CFSA) was established to achieve a significant impact on improving stroke health outcomes in Australia through research.
CFSA supports research undertaken through the Stroke Research Programme (SRP), a unique collaboration between the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), University of Adelaide, the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) and the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research (BHI). The SRP has been instrumental in helping establish dedicated Stroke Treatment Units at major hospitals in Adelaide including the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH) and the Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH). Research conducted by the SRP is helping to improve response times and health outcomes for individuals who have a stroke. Through innovative research the SRP is also striving to discover new therapies to overcome disability following stroke.