Parkinson Canada SuperWalk Brampton

Audrey's Almost Angels

Thanks for visiting our team page. This September, our team will once again be participating with others from communities across Canada as part of Parkinson Canada SuperWalk. We walk in honour of the memory of my mom (Audrey) as well as my grandfather. Memories of the debilitating effects of the disease in my mom's final years motivate are motivation to continue walking the Superwalk with hopes to help fund the increasing need for support, advocacy, and research. Supporting the Parkinson's Society was important to Audrey as she hoped for a cure and wanted others with Parkinsons to be able to live the best life possible.

By joining our team to walk or visiting our page to dontate you assist in funding the increasing need for support services, education, advocacy, and research.

Help me ensure Parkinson Canada is there for Canadians living with Parkinson’s today – while funding research into better treatments and one day, a cure.

To show your support, click the DONATE NOW button on the right hand side of the page, above the progress meter and achievements.

Every dollar means new hope. Thank you!

Your gift shows support for the Parkinson Community. It shows them that no matter how things change and no matter what days may bring there is strength in numbers. With unwavering spirits - letting no obstacle hold us back. No matter what.

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Team Name: Audrey's Almost Angels | Team Goal: $400.00

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