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National Parkinson Foundation Moving Day NC Triangle

 

Volunteers Needed

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We are in need of volunteers for Moving Day® NC Triangle on October 29, 2016. A number of opportunities are available and we could certainly use your help! We are currently recruiting volunteers to help with Food and Beverage, Kids Zone, Walk Route, Movement Pavilion etc. Times will vary depending on area assigned.  Last year, many local physical therapy students, including Duke DPT, came out to volunteer.  To register please visit: Click Here12764802_1057763170911527_4207138361061948900_o

The National Parkinson Foundation’s fourth annual Moving Day® NC Triangle fundraising walk, is scheduled to return to Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, Nc, on Saturday, October 29, 2016.

Moving Day®, A Walk for Parkinson’s, is our chance to come together and win the battle against Parkinson’s disease. Join us by doing Whatever It Takes To Beat Parkinson’s®, walking, stretching, dancing, doing yoga, or tai chi in our signature Movement Pavilions.12191041_695281280247_7799308604391536478_n

Together we can raise funds and awareness while celebrating the importance of movement for us all.

Moving Day® NC Triangle will feature a family friendly walk course, a kid’s area, a refreshments and a Resource Pavilion featuring physicians, organizations, and vendors who can help you on your journey with PD.  Last year, Moving Day® NC Triangle raised over $200,000 to help improve the quality of care for people with Parkinson’s disease. Funds raised at the walk with support free national resources and programs as well as fund vibrant programs in North Carolina.

Moving Day® NC Triangle will take place at Koka Booth Amphitheatre at 8003 Regency Pkwy, Cary, NC. There will be clear signs for parking. See the Map HerePeople Who Move Change The World.fw.png


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