Graffiti Alley Takeover for World Stroke Day

 

Graffiti Alley Take Over for World Stroke Day is a unique awareness campaign that was developed by the American Heart Association’s Baltimore team in 2016.

This takeover event is aimed at raising awareness of the No. 2 killer worldwide – stroke. This year, community partners Johns Hopkins Hospital and Live Chair were on hand to provide blood pressure screenings and resources. Local Life is Why and #StrongerHearts sponsor, LifeBridge Health, supported our efforts at Graffiti Alley by bringing a team to speak about the importance of stroke awareness. The AHA staff mobilized a street team to canvas the surrounding neighborhoods to hand out stroke resources including the acronym F.A.S.T. . Local graffiti artist, Adam Stab, brought World Stroke Day messaging to life through his art.

To learn more about World Stroke Day Graffiti Alley Takeover or to get involved in next year’s event, contact: Kerry Johnston, kerry.johnston@heart.org.

 

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