How it works
Simply make a personal commitment to walk 27 times across 27 days from 1-27 October and fundraise along the way. There's no pressure on distance or time, you simply walk what you can, when you can, where you can.
Sign up for 27forParkinson’s here, it’s easy to do and it’s free.
Join a team, create your own team or be part of a Parkinson’s team and come together to walk and support those living with Parkinson’s.
If you're unsure how to register online, check out this video that will guide you through the process. Click here to watch now.
Virtual fundraising events such as 27forParkinson’s are more important than ever to raise funds to provide the enhanced level of support required for those living with Parkinson’s during these challenging times.
Once registered, you will be set up with your own fundraising page (if you’re walking with a team, you’ll also have a team fundraising page). Take some time to add a profile picture and personalise the message in your page. You can edit your fundraising goal at any time.
You can then ask your family, friends and colleagues to sponsor you by sharing your fundraising page with your personal networks and on social media.
Your fundraising dashboard will light up with achievement badges as your reach the following milestones:
Start walking from 1 October
Aim to walk 27 times in 27 days. If you miss a day, you can make it up on another day, between 1 and 27 October. Walk for as long as you want, wherever you want. (within current COVID-19 restrictions)
You can use our printable calendar to record each walk and we encourage you to share your walks and participation in 27forParkinson’s with your networks and on social media using #27forParkinsons.
Don’t forget to join in the conversation with your fellow walkers in our private 27forParkinson’s Facebook Group.
You can create or join a pre-existing team when registering, if you choose. If you forgot to do this, you can always create or join a team by logging in to your fundraising dashboard and clicking "Create or join a team".