Walk & Run the Park for Parkinson’s
Get Ready, Get Set, GO!
for the 3rd Annual
Please make plans to join us at Elmwood Park for a beautiful day in the park to support and celebrate the Parkinson’s community!
The Walk & Run the Park for Parkinson’s has something for everyone—the professionally timed “Shake-a-Leg” 5K (3.1 mi) race for runners, a half-mile loop for walkers, a park with plenty of space for the kids to run around, entertainment, and a Resource Expo full of vendors who provide Parkinson’s programs and services in the community. Bring the whole family or race against your friends and coworkers- register today!
Sign up by August 31st to take advantage of our Early Bird registration savings!
There are many ways to get involved and show your support for the Parkinson’s community during the Walk and Run the Park for Parkinson’s.
Volunteer: We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the event such as set up/tear down, registration, cheerleaders, and more! Click here to sign-up for a slot.
Sponsor: Your company or organization can show its commitment to the Parkinson’s community through a sponsorship of the Walk and Run the Park event. Our sponsors have the opportunity to be featured on event marketing, mentioned at the event, and share your services with the community with a booth in our Resource Expo.
Donate: If you’re not able to make the event but still want to support the Parkinson’s community, you can “Be there in spirit” by making a donation here.
All money raised from the Walk and Run the Park for Parkinson’s event will stay right here in Nebraska to benefit our state-wide Parkinson’s community. Your support will help us continue to expand our programs and services in Omaha and across the state. Together, we can improve lives!
Contact Katrina at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on volunteer and sponsorship opportunities.
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The more the merrier!! Please like and share the Walk and Run the Park Facebook Event with friends and family.
“We know that life with Parkinson’s isn’t always “A Walk in the Park”, but on September 29th it will be!”