POP Walk 2020

Join us for POP Walk 2020, the People of Parkinson's Walk, Supporting the CSRA Parkinson Support Group!

Parkinson’s disease affects us all, whether we are patients, families, friends, neighbors, co-workers, healthcare professionals, spiritual leaders, business leaders, or students. We are the People of Parkinson’s

With the health and safety of our group in mind, our 21st annual Parkinson’s fundraising and awareness walk will be our first-ever “virtual event.” We will not be getting together in-person, but will instead host the event online, through Zoom video conferencing and Facebook Live on October 3rd, at 10 am. This way, POP Walk 2020 can still include many of the important aspects that make our event unique and help us to honor and remember our loved ones while raising awareness and funds to fight Parkinson’s disease. 

Join the live event here: facebook.com/parkinsoncsra

We encourage participants to walk, run, ride, or roll some time during that weekend, October 2nd through the 4th, wearing your honor bib and any POP Walk or team swag, where and with whom it is safe for you to do so, then take pictures or videos and share them on social media with the hashtag #popwalk or send them to us so we can share each others' experiences!

Our Fundraising Goal:

50%

Goal$50,000.00

$24,886.00Raised

POP Walk 2020, October 3rd Schedule:

  • 10:00 AM: Introductions & Welcome

  • 10:02 AM: National Anthem

  • 10:05 AM: Background of CSRA Parkinson Support Group & POP Walk

  • 10:14 AM: Hands Only CPR Demonstration

  • 10:16 AM: Sponsor Recognition

  • 10:18 AM: Top Team & Top Individual Recognition

  • 10:21 AM: Testimonial

  • 10:30 AM: Background on Research Grants

  • 10:32 AM: In Memory Of Recognition

  • 10:35 AM: Ageless Grace Demonstration

  • 10:44 AM: Presentation from Dr. Morgan

  • 10:50 AM: Exercise Video Clip

  • 10:55 AM: Vocalization & Facial Exercise Demonstration

  • 11:00 AM: Closing Remarks

 

 

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