we NEED you for Brain Aneurysm Awareness!

EVERYONE!!! Please sign and share our petition to introduce a Brain Aneurysm Awareness Day. We need 10,000 signatures by 24th August, so we haven’t got long and we NEED your help!!!

For any Survivors or people who have lost a loved one to Brain Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Haemorrhage, please meet us a the Westminster Gold Post Box in London on Sunday 7th August, 3pm, for a Publicity Day.

The address is: Tothill Street, Westminster, London, SW1H 9LH.

If you can’t meet us, please visit your own most local Gold Post Box.  From there take a photograph of yourself sending a letter to your local MP explaining your own personal experiences of Brain Aneurysms and Subarachnoid Haemorrhage and why there needs to be more awareness about this devastating life-threatening condition.

Enter your postcode at the link below to find your most local Gold Post Box: https://www.hopewiser.com/proximity-postboxes/

THEN post up your Gold Post Box Photo’s and Stories here:


4 thoughts on “we NEED you for Brain Aneurysm Awareness!

    1. Thank you so much for you help and support Katie, in memory of Lisa’s mum and all those that haven’t been so lucky as me. xxx


  1. Hi am an mother of an AVM malformation survivor my youngest son Jordan was diagnosed with a large frontelobe AVM when he was 18yrs old he was just 20yrs old when his AVM ruptured due to 3 anuresyems he was put into induced coma on life support for six weeks in critical care unit in Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham we were told that he wouldn’t survive but miraculously he did he spent 7 months in hospital recovering there needs to be more awareness spread about this terrible condtion more people need to be aware of the deadly condition. My son suffered stroke to his right side he’s now in wheelchair and needs 24 hr care the government needs to do more to help people like my young son Jordan.


    1. Hi Wendy, I am so sorry to hear about your son. It is awful to hear such devastating stories from anyone, but particularly when they involve someone so young. I am the mum of two boys, aged 18 and 14 and I cannot imagine how awful this must have been for you all. My best wishes are with you all. I suffered a SAH in January of this year and feared that I was about to leave my two sons behind, Motherless. I am so grateful to have survived, but my biggest concern now is the fear that either of my sons may be genetically pre-disposed and I can only hope and prey that they will not be affected. Unfortunately, there is not enough awareness about this condition, which is why Lisa and myself have embarked upon this ‘Gold Post Box Challenge.’ However, our own personal stories are not enough to get the publicity and awareness that we need. Therefore, I wonder if you could help us by getting involved in our Gold Post Box Challenge? We are asking other survivors and those family members affected by the condition if they can help us, by writing a letter to their local MP, explaining their own personal stories of Brain Aneurysms, AVM and SAH and explaining why more awareness about this condition is vital. We are then asking if you can go to your own most local Gold Post Box to post the letter – and from there take a photograph of yourself (and your family) which we would then like you to post on our Facebook page, along with details of your ‘story’ and why you would like more awareness. Would this be possible? It will really help us in our bid to raise more national awareness. You can find your most local gold post box at this link:https://www.hopewiser.com/proximity-postboxes/ and then you can post on our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/SoulSistersUK/


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