Moving Day Community Walk is coming to Kirkland, WA! You don't want to miss this! Our community is getting together to help raise awareness and funds for the Parkinson's Foundation. This is your chance to speak up about Parkinson's and take action. Your support will help the Parkinson's Foundation advance research, provide educational resources, and fund programs that make life better for people living with Parkinson's disease. To learn more about the Parkinson's Foundation, go to parkinson.org.
A note from Reza:
“Dear friends, I have seen firsthand how Parkinson’s limits the ability of some very capable and smart human beings to function. This includes a family member close to me and some of my very dear residents at the senior living community I work at. It is heart wrenching as you watch loved ones go through different phases of this disease. Although there are ways to slow down the progression of Parkinson’s, there is no cure. I humbly ask for your help to help me raise funds and help cure Parkinson’s.”
We ask that everyone who plans to attend Community Walk please register by clicking the Register button at the top of this page. There is no registration fee to participate, but a donation is very much appreciated.
How To Participate
Throw on comfortable clothes, lace up your exercise shoes and join us at at Merrill Gardens Kirkland on October 14th to join the fun. The event will take place in rain or shine. Check the weather forecast to prepare accordingly. Should conditions warrant any change, we will announce it via this website.
Cash and check donations will be accepted at the event. If you prefer to make a credit card donation, please click on the Donate button at the top of this website page. Please make checks out to the Parkinson's Foundation and mail them to:
Attn: Community Walk Kirkland, WA
200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800
Miami, FL 33131
Please include a note with the name of the person we should credit the donation to.
To learn more about Parkinson's resources in your area, please visit the Parkinson's Foundation website at parkinson.org.
We look forward to moving with you in the fight against Parkinson's disease!