Tartan Ribbon Day
In 2014 we will continue a fundraising campaign featuring a tartan ribbon, a similar idea to the pink ribbon concept for breast cancer. Tartan was chosen to convey the complexity of Stroke signs and symptoms and its long term effects on people’s lives. A ribbon was chosen to represent the collaboration and partnership between Stroke survivors and the Stroke services accessed during an individual’s recovery. Wednesday 10th of September has been set as “Tartan Ribbon Day”, on which volunteers from our Association will be selling ribbons and pens in various locations.
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