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WOLLONGONG'S 3RD UNITY WALK AND RUN

HELP US TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON'S

If you would like to raise money for the Sydney event please follow this link.

The Parkinson's NSW Unity Walk and Run began in Sydney in 2008 to:

  • heighten awareness of Parkinson's disease
  • fund important research
  • increase the support services we provide for people living with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

The Unity Walk and Run in Wollongong is the perfect day out with family and friend, whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or a 5km run for a great cause. It gives a voice to all those living with or touched by Parkinson's.

The Challenge

With over 700,000 people in Australia directly impacted by Parkinson’s, we help children, parents, husbands, wives, partners, friends and grandchildren from all socioeconomic backgrounds. We also support health professionals working in the area of Parkinson’s disease to better understand the disease and how to assist those affected by it.
     
 

Top Individuals

  • Glenn Dorrian Please donate generously! $985.80
  • Karyn Heeley J-Man and Kaz - Walking for Grandpa :) $845.40
  • Terry Byrnes Terry Byrnes $600.00
  • Megan Engel Megan Engel $560.00
  • Lyndi Toomey In memory of Dianne Colee $549.40
  • Stuart Mintram Stuart Mintram $445.00
  • Leanne Milne Leanne Milne $409.80
  • Andrew Milne Andrew Milne $384.30
  • Nina Cheyne Nina Cheyne $326.60
  • Sarah Goss Yoga Bomb Fundraiser $322.00

Top Teams

  • colin woodcroft Colin Woodcroft running for Parkinson's $3,236.10
  • Dianne Holliday #teambyrnes $2,028.30
  • Judith Vaartjes Jude's Family $1,487.00
  • Rachael McBeath McBeath Family $869.60
  • Simone Mintram Shoalhaven Shakers $583.60
  • Meryl O'Connor Meryl's family $391.40
  • Stuart Bucknell Stuart Bucknell $201.00
 
 

 

With over 700,000 people in Australia directly impacted by Parkinson’s, we help children, parents, husbands, wives, partners, friends and grandchildren from all socioeconomic backgrounds. We also support health professionals working in the area of Parkinson’s disease to better understand the disease and how to assist those affected by it.