PSP Awareness Walk Canada

PSP Awareness Walk Canada

June 3, 2023 Ontario Canada

Join us for the PSP Awareness Walk on Saturday, June 3rd, at the beautiful Confederation Beach Park! This full-day event is a great opportunity to raise awareness about progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) and support those affected by this rare neurodegenerative disease.

The PSP Awareness Walk will kick off at 9 am with a 5 km walk along the scenic beachfront. Participants of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us for this fun and meaningful event. Whether you're a seasoned walker or just starting out, we encourage you to come out and show your support!

After the walk, stick around for a variety of activities and informational booths. Learn more about PSP and how you can get involved in raising awareness and supporting research. Meet other individuals and families affected by PSP and share your experiences.

There will be something for everyone at the PSP Awareness Walk. The event will run until 5:30 pm, giving you plenty of time to enjoy the park and connect with others in the PSP community.

Registration for the PSP Awareness Walk opens at 8:50am, and we encourage you to sign up early to secure your spot. All funds raised through the walk will go towards PSP research and support services.

We hope to see you at Confederation Beach Park on June 3rd for this important event. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by PSP and work towards a cure for this devastating disease.

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