Help us make our goal and make a difference!
How we're doing the Walk in 2021...
On October 16th, we will celebrate 20 years of A Walk to Stamp Out Parkinson's and are excited to see the faces of our local commUNITY!
Rest assured that we adhere to the Philadelphia Zoo's safety protocols, including the requirement of masks in indoor animal exhibits. This is for the safety of the animals who can catch the virus. Face masks are not currently required outdoors.
While this year's walk will include many of the great features of the past, we promise some anniversary surprises as well.
Keep an eye out for email updates for details!
Since it's beginning as a humble neighborhood walk, our annual A Walk Stamp Out Parkinson's has raised over $3.9 million and touched thousands of lives in our region. Those funds have been reinvested back in our region for research and quality of life programs and services to support thousands of families living with Parkinson's.
Our fundraising goal for 2021 is $275,000. As we return to some level of normalcy, meeting this goal is critical. It allows us to increase our investment in programs and services on which our community and region have come to depend. Click here to check out where funds are invested. This year we want to invest even more! Join us!
Click on the brochure (on the right) for more details!
Raise $2500 by Monday, October 4th and your name or team name will join the Champions Circle
on our official 2021 Walk to Stamp Out Parkinson's t-shirt! Let's do this!
8:00 am - 9:45 am
Registration, Health and Wellness Exhibition, and Team Photos on the Impala Lawn
9:45 am - 10 am
20th Anniversary Program and Walk Kick-Off
Enjoy your day at the Zoo!
Check out community photos from our 2020 "Together, we can do virtually anything" Walk to Stamp Out Parkinson's! Click the video below for extra inspiration!
About The Parkinson Council
The Parkinson Council is the premier regional organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for families impacted by Parkinson's. Our investments include education, comprehensive care (including mental and emotional health), research, exercise, and outreach provided by world-renowned, institutions and innovative service organizations in the Philadelphia region. We strengthen our role in the Parkinson's community by increasing the number of lives we touch every year.
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