Burlington Ontario Awareness Walk May 2024

Join Us for the Atypical Parkinsonism Awareness Walk in Burlington

Date: Saturday May 18th & Sunday May 19th, 2024
Location: Burlington Mall, Burlington Ontario
Registration Table Open: 12pm - 4pm

We are excited to announce our upcoming Awareness Walk at Burlington Mall on May 18 and 19! This is a fantastic opportunity to raise awareness about these rare neurodegenerative disorders, support those affected, and contribute to ongoing research efforts. 

Join us for a day of unity and support as we walk to spread awareness about PSP, MSA, CBD and DLB. The registration table will be open from 12 PM to 4 PM Saturday and Sunday, and you can come anytime during this period to participate.

Don't forget to wear your teal awareness shirts to show your support for the cause!
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The registration table will be located in Burlington Mall, beside the elevator near the food court. Once you check in, you'll receive your awareness walk goodie bag and be entered into our raffles.

You can participate in the walk at your own pace and convenience. Do a couple of laps or roll down the hallway in the mall with your friends and family. This is a great opportunity to spend time together, raise awareness, and show your support for those affected by Atypical Parkinsonism.

Take your picture at our registration table Photo Booth and share it on social media, use hashtag #AtypicalParkinsonismWalk2024 to spread awareness.

To ensure you get your goodie bag, please RSVP by emailing us at info@coleencunninghamfoundation.com
It’s free to join us!

We look forward to seeing you at the Burlington Mall on May 18 and 19, as we raise awareness for PSP, MSA, CBD and DLB. Let's make a difference and show our support for those affected by these rare disorders.

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