MOVING DAY® DC

COMING SOON!

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Moving Day® DC is coming soon, hosted by the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF)!


Moving Day is a fun, inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities in the fight against Parkinson's disease.


Join us by moving any way you can — by walking, running, stretching or taking part in other activities in our signature Movement Pavilion. Together, we can raise awareness and celebrate the importance of movement for all people with Parkinson's disease.

 

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About Moving Day®

Moving Day


Moving Day®  is the National Parkinson Foundation’s annual fundraising walk/run event. It is a fun and inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities both large and small in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. This celebration of movement will feature a family friendly walk course, a kids area, a caregivers relaxation tent and a special Movement Pavilion featuring yoga, dance, Tai Chi, Pilates, etc. all proven to help manage the symptoms of PD.

 

"Moving Day means I do everything I can, with the amazing support of the entire Moving Day Community there to help me each step of the way- no matter how long that step may be!"

 

"Moving Day reminds me that while I have Parksinon's, it does NOT have me!"


“The favorite Moving Day experience was how much my father enjoyed us walking in his honor.”

 

“The most memorable experience for me was the turnout from our employees supporting to support one of our own.”

 
“It was memorable seeing people with Parkinson's disease making an effort for the cause.”


“The tents set up where I obtained much needed information regarding Parkinson’s were most memorable for me.”

 

 

We look forward to seeing you join us for Moving Day this year- to move, to inspire, and to remember that we are doing this together! For more information please contact us.

 

 

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