Each year, we recognize April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Will you join with the Parkinson’s Foundation in working #Together4PD this April to raise awareness and funds for research? Here are five ways to get involved, inspired by volunteers in the community!
In 2008, three friends gathered together asked, “How can we engage our generation in the fight against Parkinson’s?” In that moment, a signature Parkinson’s Foundation event — Celebrate Spring New York — was born. In its first year, Celebrate Spring New York, was a resounding success. Not only that, it turned out to be an important way of gathering like-minded young professionals who shared a common experience — a loved one who lived with Parkinson’s.
Each year, we recognize April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Will you join with the Parkinson’s Foundation in working #Together4PD this April to raise awareness and funds for research? If you’re wondering how to put your passions to work, get inspired by these five easy ways to join our team!
Catherine Shapiro of Coral Springs, FL, is getting creative in her efforts to find a cure for Parkinson’s. The artist, who is involved with our Creativity and Parkinson’s Project, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2012. Recently, she was inspired to use her passion for creative fashion to support our work through a grassroots fundraiser, “Be Chic for Parkinson’s.” The event is taking place on Saturday in Coconut Creek, FL. Find out how her creativity inspires her to make a difference.
This summer, PDF has been especially inspired by our dedicated group of PDF Champions. These grassroots fundraisers have truly put their passions — whether running, cycling, flying, hiking and hosting garage sales — to work to help PDF #EndParkinsons. Here are their stories.
How can you help PDF end Parkinson’s disease? Join our team during April, Parkinson’s Awareness Month! Here are five easy ways you can join the team, inspired by the efforts of PDF Champions — our grassroots fundraisers who are raising awareness and funds for Parkinson’s in communities across the US.