Sign up to run, walk or fundraise your way this October 1-27, and together we can fight parkinson's.

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How It Works

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Sign up (for free) and commit to your activity for 27 days in from October 1-27 to support the Parkinson’s community

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Share your unique link with family and friends letting them know what you are doing to support the Parkinson’s community

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Whether you are walking, running or connecting with people, log what you do each day on your fundraising page

Fundraise Your Way

Inspired by our community, 27forParkinson's is back bigger and better than ever. The campaign will take place from October 1-27 and provides participants across Australia the opportunity to join the fight and engage in a fun and inspiring campaign in support of people living with Parkinson's.

The Parkinson’s journey is unique to each individual. To reflect this, participants come up with their own bespoke way to fundraise for the 27 days. Some walk each day, others run, skate, ride, paint or dance.

The beauty of this campaign is that it's inclusive and celebrates all abilities – regardless of whether you use a walker or can run a marathon.

Make 2022 the year to join the fight. Sign up to today to fundraise your way!

Impact of Support

The Parkinson's community needs your support now more than ever.

Call times to our health information support line have more than doubled over the past two years highlighting the increasingly complex issues that continue to face our community.

Unfortunately, our current Government funding is no-where near enough to support the ongoing demand for our core services.

By taking part in 27forParkinson's you help to ensure that every person touched by Parkinson’s has FREE access to our support line and to the same quality-based information via our new national online education portal.

Launched in August, the Fight Parkinson’s Learning Hub was developed to substantially enhance access to education to improve the lives of people with this progressive neurological condition by removing time and geographical boundaries.

It is through your generosity that we can make a real difference in improving lives and fight Parkinson’s.

Fundraising Rewards

Get decked out this year in our latest merchandise just by fundraising. Everyone who raises $27 will receive a new 27forParkinson’s t-shirt.

Raise $500 and receive a Fight Parkinson’s cap and drink bottle.

Sign up today and get fundraising to receive these great rewards.

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Remember and Honour


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Elizabeth Maher

I will be walking for my Husband Steve who has been living with Parkinson's for 8 years

Donna Roberts

To our WONDERFUL,husband, father & grandpa Don Palmer, who sadly passed away from Parkinson’s disease, 10years ago. We miss you so much. God Bless you xoxo

Robyn Daly

My brother, Arthur Harry Whitworth, was a super man to me and I miss him terribly. I have donated through my friend Pauline Wiltshire and hope that one day a cure is found for this terrible disease.

Pauline Wiltshire

In loving memory of our good friend Doug Bult who passed away with Parkinson's Dementia. He is very much missed !

Clay Baker

To my amazing wife the strongest woman I know you have bad days you have good days but always remember we here for you everyday

Mandy Baker

My tribute is to everyone out there struggling with Parkinson's. Remember you're not alone. And to Fight Parkinson's for all the support they give. But mostly to my amazing support network and biggest cheerleader my Super amazing hubby, gorgeous boys and beautiful soul sister/bestie, without you guys I'd be lost 💙

Ian McFarlane

I am doing 27 for Parkinson's for all of those who now have difficulty walking or even just moving. I am walking for you.

Michelle Mendes

To my family and friends. A big thanks to supporting me during my Parkinson’s journey.

Damian Rann

My father, My inspiration. Sadly lost Big Kel to complications associated with PD 5 years ago now and each year I continue honoring him and his legacy with support and awareness of Parkinson's like 27 for Parkinson's and Walk in the park, until a cure is found.

Patty Mayne

I’m doing this for my dad and his 2 sisters who all had Parkinson’s. For my dad as things got worse he never let it get him down. He laughed with us and mostly at us. He showed us what it means to never give up to always keep going to fight til the very end. He is my guardian angel and the calm I’m my head when I need him. He was and is my hero. Miss you forever. This is for you Papa and my Zia’s and all those who we have lost and are fighting this disease.

Christine Anderson

Jack Marshall. Dad, you were an inspiration with your unconditional love, your acceptance of others and your sense of fun.

Sharon Blyth

I am taking part in this wonderful event for my dad Peter who has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s since 2005. He has been an inspiration to me all my life and I am so very grateful to have a father like him.

Shona Cross

I am sending my tribute to Wendy, who after a long battle with Parkinsons, passed away this year. Also to my good friend Beth, who is battling MSA with Lewybodies Dementia. Love you both and miss you.


You are my rock. My lover. My bestie. My calm. My chef. Our children’s dad. The Lego master. My gardener. You are my inspiration. You are my husband 💕 We love you now and always xoxo


I’m paying tribute to my family and our dog who have to ride the journey with me.


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