Moving Day Reflections


Enjoy some great Moving Day memories! View pictures from our 2017 walks! You can also view galleries from past years!

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Moving Day 2017 Testimonials

“This walk is about spreading the word about Parkinson’s and that there are available PD resources to better educate our friends and families. “
Moving Day Louisville
“Moving Day gives you the chance to speak up about Parkinson’s disease, to spread awareness, bring in funding, and to gain a better understanding of this disease that affects so many of our family and friends.”
Moving Day Boston
“Moving Day has many meanings. It means raising money for better services and research to find a cure. It means taking part in a social, educational and healthy atmosphere within the Parkinson’s community. It means meeting organizations that work to positively impact the lives of those with Parkinson’s disease.”
Moving Day Milwaukee
“Moving Day is the affirmation that there are thousands of people giving their time, energy, and money towards making life better for people like me. It is humbling.”
Moving Day NC Triangle
“Moving Day allows my PD community to walk united in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. Together, we encourage one another to get active and help raise funds for the foundation that is helping to improve the lives of people with Parkinson’s disease.”
Moving Day Nashville
“My dad said he felt more love and support at Moving Day than he had felt in a long time. He’s so appreciative for this event because it allows for the people that love him to speak up and let him know directly. I could see he even had more energy following the event – it meant more to him than I could have ever imagined. Thank you, Parkinson’s Foundation!”
Moving Day Atlanta
“Moving Day is an opportunity to see, firsthand, people with Parkinson’s living well. Each walk is also a platform to support the loved ones of those with PD.”
Moving Day Kansas City
“I have Parkinson’s and want to see others, like myself, receive help with their disease. Witnessing people moving, taking care of themselves and living well with Parkinson’s inspires me to do the same.”
Moving Day Tampa Bay
“Moving Day is a chance to meet with other members of the Parkinson’s community – events that bring us together as a community help make life with PD better.”
Moving Day North LA County
“Moving Day means having power over my condition.”
Moving Day San Francisco
“My mom was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease a few years ago. Moving Day is the best way for me to fight back and support all those affected by PD. These walks also give my mom the chance to feel supported by the Parkinson’s community. We are in her corner each step of the way, and Moving Day allows her to feel that presence.”
Moving Day San Jose
“It’s an opportunity to increase awareness about Parkinson’s disease, and to find support, compassion, patience and love within this community of Parkinsonians, caregivers and their families.” 
Moving Day Buffalo

Moving Day has raised nearly $45 million and brought more than 186,000 participants together.