Moving Day Tampa Bay — Event Information

Event Details

Date: Saturday, April 30, 2022
Location: Al Lopez Park I Map
Event Start: 9:00 AM

Contact: Lena Fung| ph: 813-616-6517 | lfung@parkinson.org
Website: www.parkinson.org


What to Expect at Moving Day this Spring

We have decided to return to our exciting, fun and memorable in-person Moving Day walk experience this spring!

The Parkinson’s Foundation is committed to hosting the Moving Day experience our community loves, including fitness demonstrations, information booths, our signature We Move Ceremony and of course, the Moving Day Walk – all while following safety and health protocols.  We will also have options for you to participate in Moving Day from home if you are unable to join us in person.

We are reviewing guidance from the CDC and the local health department to ensure a safe Moving Day experience this spring. As guidance and safety measures evolve in the weeks and months ahead, we will continue to update you about what to expect at Moving Day. We are committed to the health and safety of our supporters, volunteers and staff and as such will make the best local decisions regarding masks, social distancing, crowd management, modified event layouts and contactless engagement options onsite. These decisions will be made and adjusted, based on the unique needs and circumstances of the local community.


To learn more about Parkinson’s resources in your area, please visit our website at Parkinson.org/Florida.

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

If you have any questions about Moving Day, are interested in sponsorship opportunities or would like information about the foundation, please contact us below:

Lena Fung | ph: 813-616-6517 | lfung@parkinson.org

Mailing address:

ATTN: Moving Day Tampa Bay / Lena Fung
Parkinson’s Foundation, Inc.
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800
Miami, FL 33131

Moving Day has raised over $30.8 million and brought more than 150,000 participants together.