Tuesday, August 21, 2012


Community Fundraiser

Giving Walkers Hope

Parkinson's SuperWalk looks to break records in September

Released by Amanda Bates, Curve Communications


his September, thousands of people across British Columbia will be lacing up their shoes to participate in the national annual fundraiser for Parkinsonís disease, Parkinson SuperWalk. 


SuperWalk will take place in 15 locations in BC and in 90 communities across Canada.  SuperWalk aims to raise $3 million nationally and $325,000 in British Columbia.


This year, the effort of one team from White Rock, Hike for Hank, is leading to record-breaking donations and is on track to becoming the most successful fundraising team in the history of the event!


Proceeds from SuperWalk directly support the goals of Parkinson Society British Columbia: advocacy, education, community outreach, scientific research and public awareness. For families living with Parkinsonís disease, the Walk represents an opportunity to raise critical funds for the Society, but more importantly, it gives walkers hope.


Go to www.parkinson.bc.ca to register as a walker or to make a donation.


WHAT:         The 17th Annual Parkinson SuperWalk

WHERE:       Riverside Community Room, Fort Langley (9273 Glover Road)

WHEN:         Sunday September 9, 2012 at 9:00 am




© Copyright (c) 2012 The Valley Voice