Moving Day Southeastern, PA

Saturday, June 6, 2020 Register

Event Details

Location:

Core Creek Park | Map

Registration Opens:

9:00 am

Walk Start time:

10:15 am

Contact:

Nahid Wardeh
ph: 732-639-1475
nwardeh@parkinson.org
Goal
$75,000
1%
of Goal
Raised
$1,035
goal thermometer

Teams Registered: 2

197 Days to Go!

Honor Roll

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Patrick Oleskey$200.00Donate
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About Moving Day

We Care. We Fight. We Move.

Moving Day is an inspiring and empowering annual fundraising walk event that unites people around the country living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), their care partners and loved ones to help beat PD. Moving Day is more than just a walk. It’s a celebration of movement – proven to help manage Parkinson’s symptoms.

Leading up to the event, participants and teams fundraise to help the Parkinson’s Foundation provide everything people with Parkinson’s need to live better — from lifesaving resources to delivering quality care to more than 185,500 people living with Parkinson’s to improving Parkinson’s treatments through research.

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?

Moving Day proceeds help bring quality care to more people with Parkinson’s, further Parkinson’s research, education and outreach initiatives. Moving Day raises awareness of Parkinson’s both nationally and in the local community.

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 state of Pennsylvania, with significant investment in the areas of research and better care for people with Parkinson’s disease. Learn More.