Support U-Turn Parkinson’s
You can significantly impact the lives of people living with Parkinson’s! When you support U-Turn Parkinson’s you are opening up more resources and opportunities to improve the quality of life for people at all stages of Parkinson’s.
Get involved in our fundraisers, volunteer with our ‘U-Crew’, subscribe to our newsletter, or donate to support our cause!
Help raise awareness and expand our community reach by getting involved in U-Turn Parkinson’s upcoming events.
Check out our upcoming fundraisers and make a difference in your community!
Host Your Own Event
You can contribute to U-Turn Parkinson’s fundraising and increase community awareness by hosting your own fundraising event. This can be anything you prefer whether it’s a garage sale, food sales, walkathons, or cycling events the decision is yours! For whatever event you choose, just reach out to our team to gain information on how you can support us and better prepare for your fundraiser!
Check out our upcoming fundraising events
Empower people living with Parkinson’s by becoming a volunteer! Volunteers are the heart of our non-profit organization and are essential to running many of our programs.
Our “U-Crew” can help lead exercise stations, work one on one with participants who need assistance, and overall bring joy and positive energy into every class.
You can make a difference in your community by joining our U-Crew!
Join us in fighting back against Parkinson’s. Your donations help keep our programs thriving and allow us to open up more opportunities for people living with Parkinson’s. We rely on the support of individuals, foundations, and corporations to fund the classes we offer. Support our cause by strengthening their voices through song and speech therapy and strengthening their bodies through Golden Gloves, and Power Stretch.
Legacy & In Memorial Gifts
U-Turn Parkinson’s is grateful for the unwavering support of our corporate partnerships. When you choose to partner with U-TurnPD, you are choosing to help improve people’s quality of life and offer continued support for people living with Parkinson’s.