Thank you, Columbus!

Hundreds of people from the Columbus area and beyond came together virtually on Sunday, October 4th to help the Parkinson’s Foundation amplify Parkinson’s awareness, raise funds and to remind and educate people that there are one million Americans living with Parkinson’s disease. Thank you for the part you played in making this happen. Together, we made lives better for people living with Parkinson’s!

If you weren’t able to join us, you can still move virtually at a date and time of your choosing. Go to to access the Moving Day – Virtual Walk replay.

We’d Love Your Feedback 

Take the Moving Day – Virtual Walk survey. 

Show Us How You Moved 

We want to see your Moving Day – Virtual Walk photos and videos. Share them on social media using the hashtags #VirtualMovingDay and #Move4PD. Don’t forget to tag us @ParkinsonDotOrg.

Moving Day Rewards 

All registered participants that raise $100 or more by October 11th will receive an exclusive Moving Day T-shirt. Click here to learn more about additional Moving Day gear you can earn and wear proudly. Fundraising rewards will be mailed directly to participants this year.


We encourage you to continue raising funds online through the Moving Day website, Facebook or the Parkinson’s Moving Day mobile app. If you receive a check donation, please process the check donation through the Moving Day mobile app or mail it to:

Parkinson’s Foundation
ATTN: Moving Day Columbus
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800
Miami, FL 33131

Include a note with the name of the team/participant that we should credit the donation to. 

Special Thanks 

Thank you to our local and national sponsors for their important work and generous support. Click here to learn how they help the Parkinson’s community.

While we would have preferred to be with you in-person, we are happy that we came together virtually to beat Parkinson’s. We can’t wait to see you in-person at a future Parkinson’s Foundation event.

Thank you for joining us in this fight!

Stay safe.

Moving Day has raised nearly $45 million and brought more than 186,000 participants together.