Moving Day is your chance to speak up about Parkinson’s disease and move others to take action. It is a movement for change—towards more awareness, more funding, and more understanding of a disease that affects so many of our family and friends.

We’ve been counting down the days until we can safely come back together in person for Moving Day. Last year, countless Moving Day supporters showed us that nothing could stop our efforts to beat Parkinson’s. The impact of the ongoing pandemic on people living with Parkinson’s has been significant, so coming together to support the Parkinson’s Foundation mission to improve care and advance research toward a cure is critical.

We are committed to the health and safety of our supporters, volunteers and staff and will make the best local decisions regarding masks, physical distancing, crowd management, modified event layouts and contactless engagement options onsite.  These decisions will be made and adjusted based on the local community’s unique needs and circumstances. We will also have options for you to participate in Moving Day @ Home if you are unable to join us in person.

Honor Roll

Top Teams

  1. Edward Jones Heartland - $53,715.00  
  2. Team Howard - $33,691.30  
  3. 23andMe - $29,838.28  
  4. Rock Steady Fighters - $26,094.35  
  5. Cornerstone Parkinson's Fit - $21,503.50  

Top Individuals

  1. Christine Howard - $32,797.30 Donate
  2. 23andMe Team Captain - $19,492.28 Donate
  3. Jan Wuliger - $19,076.50 Donate
  4. Margaret Samaha - $13,380.00 Donate
  5. Brian Stewart - $12,875.00 Donate

Why We Move

Funds raised through Moving Day support the Parkinson’s Foundation national mission by:

Delivering quality care to nearly 200,000 people living with Parkinson’s

Funding cutting-edge research aimed at better treatment, while advancing us towards a cure

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Providing free resources and local services for people living with Parkinson’s and their families