Bob's Tues breakfast guys
Bill & Pam Makofski
Bob & Carol Reese
\Don & Barbara Critoph
NIagara Physical Therapy
Dave and Marcia Lasher
Uncle John & Aunt Cynthia
Jonathan and Kourtney Waggoner
Barbara &Amp; Franklin Russell
Bill & Linda Makofski
I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 8 years ago, at the age of 45. For many years prior to that day, I lived not knowing what was happening to my body. It took one doctor, not even my own, five minutes of wiggling my arms and legs to tell me what dozens of other professionals missed for years. In one way I was reborn into another life that day. Despite my limitations, I found the meaning of unlimited love and support from family, friends, colleagues and even total strangers. My eyes were opened to another world full of imperfect people who were more full of life and determined to continue living rather than giving into this terrible disease. Due to the generosity of people like you, there is real HOPE on the horizon for understanding why this terrible thing happens, how to stop it and ultimately prevent it from destroying the lives of both the young and old. Please give your prayers, your time to MOVE with us on Saturday, Sept. 7 and if possible your financial support to DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO BEAT PARKINSON'S DISEASE. .
God bless you for your generosity and your support,
Robert B. Russell
I am participating in the Moving Day Walk, benefiting the National Parkinson Foundation Western New York on Sept. 7, 2013.
The event will take place at Coca Cola Field and will be a fun-filled, family-friendly event for all ages and abilities. We will be able to enjoy a variety of movement activities yoga, dance, Pilates, Tai Chi, stretching and much more and celebrate the importance of movement in our lives.
Please consider being a part of my team or sponsoring me, and I encourage you to get your friends, family and coworkers involved.
Why Get Involved
The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) continues to bring help and hope to the estimated one million people in the United States, four to six million worldwide, who are living with Parkinson’s disease. NPF is the only organization with a singular focus on improving the quality of care in Parkinson’s disease. NPF programs reach more than one million people a year through its network of 39 chapters, 43 Centers of Excellence and 900 support groups. Since 1982, NPF has funded more than $172 million in care, research and support services.
Thank you for helping me reach my fundraising goal to support the vital work of the National Parkinson Foundation.