Moving Day DC

Saturday, June 1, 2019 Register

Event Details

Location:

Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool | Map

Registration Opens:

8:30 a.m.

Walk Start time:

10:30 a.m.

Contact:

Tami Brown
ph: 301-329-2673
tbrown@parkinson.org
Goal
$150,000
5%
of Goal
Raised
$8,587
goal thermometer

Teams Registered: 33

98 Days to Go!

All Event Individuals
Mary Michelsen000$0.00Donate
Joanne Keiser10000$100.00Donate
Stephanie Stull000$0.00Donate
Debbi Carter70000$700.00Donate
Erwin Stierle000$0.00Donate
Anna Grill337200$3,372.00Donate
Debbie Lane000$0.00Donate
Allison Williams000$0.00Donate
Karilyn Mason000$0.00Donate
Vanessa Perry000$0.00Donate
Tamara Brown3500$35.00Donate
Fred Kunzinger10000$100.00Donate
Shelly Leake000$0.00Donate
Angie Saylor34800$348.00Donate
Diana Burden31123$311.23Donate
Brittany Dixon000$0.00Donate
Jeena Hake000$0.00Donate
Hiwet Tadesse000$0.00Donate
Zachary Gohn000$0.00Donate
Adam Stern000$0.00Donate
Alec Langstein000$0.00Donate
Peter Francis000$0.00Donate
Nicholas Lowrey000$0.00Donate
Lisa Cohen120000$1,200.00Donate
Christopher Crisson000$0.00Donate
Linda Yingling000$0.00Donate
Diane Eves50000$500.00Donate
Erica Howley000$0.00Donate
Chris Barlow000$0.00Donate
Linda White000$0.00Donate
Marcia Smith10000$100.00Donate
Sarah DeKramer000$0.00Donate
Paige Melville000$0.00Donate
Pamela Goodwin000$0.00Donate
Alexandra Hardin000$0.00Donate
Brittany Simmons000$0.00Donate
Suzie Egolf000$0.00Donate
Sharon Heinz10000$100.00Donate
Jan Murtha24500$245.00Donate
Anne-Marie Ford000$0.00Donate
Elizabeth Gay10000$100.00Donate
Phyllis Lee000$0.00Donate
Chris Rose000$0.00Donate
Patty Kehoe10000$100.00Donate
Kelly Miller10000$100.00Donate
Elisabeth Barrand000$0.00Donate
Marjorie Polk10000$100.00Donate
Faith Boettger000$0.00Donate
Jennifer Gambardella38500$385.00Donate
Robert Saylor000$0.00Donate
Jackie Harnois000$0.00Donate
Jessica Spielman1000$10.00Donate
Rachel Stott000$0.00Donate
Krista Chichester000$0.00Donate
Meghan Coan000$0.00Donate
Kimberly Winters3500$35.00Donate
Matthew Vincent000$0.00Donate
Donna K Buechler000$0.00Donate
Robert Winters10000$100.00Donate
Amanda Akesson000$0.00Donate
Emily Steiner3500$35.00Donate
Subarna Dharia27100$271.00Donate
Audrey Smith000$0.00Donate
Marybeth Turner000$0.00Donate
Corey Clifford000$0.00Donate
Kelly Peake000$0.00Donate
Jesse Hake000$0.00Donate
leslie paulus2500$25.00Donate
mark paulus000$0.00Donate
Brittany Datri000$0.00Donate
Ashley Whitney000$0.00Donate
Christina Neus5000$50.00Donate
Jarett Neus000$0.00Donate
Alex Neus000$0.00Donate
Sydney Neus000$0.00Donate
Julia Neus000$0.00Donate
Larry Paulus000$0.00Donate
Jackie Paulus000$0.00Donate
Jamie Trice5000$50.00Donate
Chanel Davis5000$50.00Donate
Nila Davis1000$10.00Donate
Chani Davis1000$10.00Donate
Ave Broadie000$0.00Donate
Donnell Davis3000$30.00Donate
Kyanna Petticoles000$0.00Donate
David Hart000$0.00Donate
Barry Keiser000$0.00Donate
Takisha Cannie000$0.00Donate
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About Moving Day DC

Moving Day is our annual fundraising walk event. It is a fun and inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities both large and small in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. This celebration of movement will feature a family friendly walk course, a kids area, a caregivers relaxation tent and a special Movement Pavilion featuring yoga, dance, Tai Chi, Pilates, etc. all proven to help manage the symptoms of PD.

It is ‘A day to move, a day to move others, a day that moves YOU!’

About Parkinson’s Foundation

The Parkinson’s Foundation makes life better for people with Parkinson’s disease by improving care and advancing research toward a cure. In everything we do, we build on the energy, experience, and passion of our global Parkinson’s community. For more information on Parkinson’s disease, please visit www.parkinson.org.

Where does my donation go?

For more information about our local programs funded through your support of Moving Day, please click here.

Parkinson’s Foundation State Impact

The Parkinson’s Foundation is making a great impact in the D.C. area, with significant investment in the areas of research and better care for people with Parkinson’s disease. Learn More.