In 1987, National Stroke Association initiated and received a presidential proclamation to annually celebrate
National Stroke Awareness Month in May.
The goal of the annual campaign is to raise public awareness about the full continuum of stroke by managing stroke risk factors, better understanding of stroke symptom recognition and response and improving the quality of life during stroke recovery for millions of stroke survivors in the United States.
The Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation will raise awareness surrounding stroke and
organ procurement and to get national community involvement on these issues. We
will oversee and provide funding to set up stroke centers in all of the major hospitals
in the United States as well as provide mobile symptom centers.
We have pledged to
reduce the incidence and impact of stroke and decrease the huge need for organs
both locally and nationally. The Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation will strive to be
the leader in the forefront of stroke education, prevention, and treatment throughout
the United States.
Paul has left an undying fire in the founder's hearts to make him proud. Every day the
Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation makes a difference in the lives of people touched
by stroke in local communities. Community involvement goes a long way in helping
Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation achieve its mission.
Fall Farm Festival
On Saturday October 26, 2013 from 10am - 2pm at Maple Grove Farm a Fall Farm Festival will benefit the Paul A. McDaniel Foundation for Stroke Awareness and Organ Donation. Maple Grove Farm is donating 100% of the proceeds!
You Make a Difference!
Every day the Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation makes a difference in the lives of people
touched by stroke in local communities. Your gift goes a long way in helping Paul Andrew
McDaniel Foundation achieve its mission to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke and the
huge need for organs both locally and nationally.
By making a donation today, you could be helping a family member or friend tomorrow. The Paul Andrew McDaniel Foundation is funded entirely by donations, and we are asking
for you support.
You can also send your donation addressed to the Foundation
P.O. Box 770758
Memphis, TN 38177
One of the primary benefits of being considered tax-exempt under IRC Section 501(c)(3) is
the ability to accept contributions and donations that are tax-deductible to you. We have
applied for non-profit status and should be approved for 2009 tax season.
Your time spent as a volunteer is a valuable gift. To stay informed about stroke awareness & organ donor volunteer opportunities, please complete the form below. We'll get back to you soon with a list of opportunities for volunteering in your area.
Stroke Awareness Corporate Sponsorships
Each of our corporate sponsorships is critical in furthering and strengthening our mission to raise awareness surrounding stroke awareness and
organ procurement and to get national community involvement on these issues. We salute our sponsors and offer our heartfelt thanks.
Become a Partner
If your company is interested in Stroke Awareness and or Organ Donor awareness partnership opportunities with PAMF, please submit the form below or e-mail PaulMcDanielFoundation@gmail.com