I’ve been personally touched by the challenges of Parkinson’s disease.
All contributions, no matter how big or how small, are critical to those affected by Parkinson’s. I hope you’ll support my walk this year and help me reach my fundraising goal.
Parkinson’s disease is the second-most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer's and can manifest itself in a range of both motor and non-motor symptoms. Living with Parkinson’s can be incredibly challenging for the individual as well as their family, friends and carepartners. Currently, there is no cure.
Your donation will help Parkinson Society British Columbia continue to provide valuable programs, services, advocacy efforts and research contributions.
Every dollar is one step closer to improving the lives of those in need.
Thank you! for your continuing support. Without you I would not be able to have the quality of life that I now have. The other day, Brian had gone outside and when I heard his laughter it told me where he was. I have really missed his laughter for the past year or so. It is sooooo good to hear it again. Thanks to you and those who are kind enough to be on my team, I think I’ll hear his laughter a lot. I hope that you feel as happy about that as I do. I dislike fundraising, but it is something that benefits so many of our family and friends, so if you are able to, please support Parkinson’s Society British Columbia through our virtual walk. I walked on Saturday. It was tough going, but I managed, with help from friends, who encouraged all of us. When you go on your virtual walk, remember that it is because of your kindness that I could walk this year. Thank you.