Moving Day Milwaukee — Local Impact

Making an Impact in Milwaukee

Through your participation in Moving Day, you are providing resources and programs to your loved one with Parkinson’s. 

Free Resources

Moving Day Milwaukee helps provide free resources in your community:

  • Aware in Care hospitalization kits
  • Educational Books
  • Toll-free Helpline
  • Wellness Classes

Community Programs

Moving Day Milwaukee helps support existing programs and launch new ones to help people with Parkinson’s live life well. Click on the link below to find more information about the program.



Rock Steady Boxing

Rock Steady Boxing is the first program of its kind in the nation dedicated to the fight against Parkinson’s Disease. Through adapted boxing drills designed to increasing agility, endurance, speed, strength, and flexibility, participants will enhance their daily lives and their fight against Parkinson’s Disease. Exercises vary in purpose and form but share one common trait: they are rigorous and intended to extend the perceived capabilities of the participant. Our clients attest to the improved quality of life among program participants.

We are learning every day that there are ways in which people with Parkinson’s disease can enhance their quality of life and even build strength, flexibility and speed! By exercising with coaches who know the ropes, you can fight your way out of the corner and start to feel and function better. These classes have proven that anyone, at any level of Parkinson’s, can actually lessen their symptoms and lead a healthier and happier life.

How to sign up: Call or email Darrell

Dates: This is an ongoing program that begins with the official participation of the fighter.

Location: Fast Forward Fitness – 9730 W Greenfield Ave, West Allis, WI.

Contact: Darrell Jack,, 262-325-0272

For more information on how to help, get involved or to learn more about programs and services in Milwaukee, please contact Sara O’Hare at 312-794-7290 or at

Community grants are made possible through the efforts of Moving Day, the Parkinson’s Foundation and the support of our local community.

Moving Day has raised nearly $22 million and brought more than 130,000 participants together.