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Fundraising

Every dollar raised by A Walk in the Park supports people with Parkinson’s to lead full and active lives.

With your support, our goal of $360,000 will help ensure we can continue to provide information, education and peer support services when it’s needed most to people with Parkinson’s, family members, carers and health care professionals.

Raise $25 or more and you will receive a limited edition A Walk in the Park t-shirt to wear on the day. Raise more than $75 and you will also receive a A Walk in the Park beanie.

For the first time, we will be rewarding the first 200 people who raise $500 or more with a limited edition tote bag. 

Raise more than $1000 and in recognition of your incredible contribution you’ll receive a VIP invitation to join us in the Parkinson’s Victoria Marquee and enjoy:

  • A special 1K Club A Walk in the Park t-shirt
  • VIP access to the head of the start line
  • An opportunity to meet Parkinson’s Victoria board members and others in the 1K Club.

Fundraising tips

As part of your registration, a personal supporter page is generated.  Activate your page, then upload a profile pic, write your story and start fundraising!

The number one reason people give is because they were asked.  Share your fundraising page via email and social media.

Set a fundraising goal – you’ll be surprised how generously people give when they know what your target is.

Supporters who upload a profile picture raise up to 10 times more than those who don’t – so if you haven’t already, upload one to your supporter page today.

Have you told them why they should donate?  Fundraisers who personalize their supporter page raise 74% more than those who don’t.

However you decide to raise funds – by asking, by hosting an event, or by organising a team – have a great time doing it! 


Want to do more to show your support?

Every year many of our fundraisers go above and beyond to raise awareness and donations for A Walk in the Park.

Kim Goodridge is one of them, raising nearly $60,000 over the past three years.

Read Kim's inspiring story and fundraising tips here.



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