COME TOGETHER TO MOVE

UPDATE

The health and safety of our Community Walks participants, sponsors and volunteers is our top concern. We are monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and keeping the Parkinson’s community at the forefront of all our decision-making. We continue to support all Community Walks as they plan safe events with regards to the best safety and social distancing practices and/or hosting fully virtual events. Thank you for your continued support!

For Parkinson’s disease and coronavirus updates, please read the Parkinson’s Foundation’s latest blog post here: https://www.parkinson.org/blog/tips/Coronavirus

Thank you for your continued support!

MOVING DAY COMMUNITY WALK

Get out and move with your community! Every dollar raised supports the Parkinson’s Foundation mission to make life better for people affected by Parkinson’s disease (PD). At Moving Day Community Walks across the country, we’re fighting Parkinson’s and celebrating movement — proven to help manage Parkinson’s symptoms — and we’re doing it together. The Moving Day Community Walk Program is a complement to the Parkinson’s Foundation Moving Day, A Walk for Parkinson’s. These walks are family-friendly and help the Foundation make life better for people with Parkinson’s disease (PD).

The Community Walk program offers volunteers an opportunity to organize a walk in their own community that does not have a Moving Day event. The program leverages the personal experiences and community leadership of passionate volunteers to promote Parkinson’s awareness and raise funds for the Parkinson’s Foundation.

CLICK HERE to learn more about bringing an event to your area! Or check out the current Community Walks below!

Why We Walk

Delivering quality care to more than 193,500 people living with Parkinson’s

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

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




Moving Day has raised over $27 million and brought more than 130,000 participants together.