NWPF

Special Events

Northwest Parkinson's Foundation events are all designed to bring together NWPF's supporters and the Northwest Parkinson's community to renew everyone's commitment to our mission. From a dinner and auction to a 200+ mile bike ride, NWPF has an event that matches your interests. Join the community as we work together to optimize the quality of life of the Northwest Parkinson's community. 

Celebrate: a Dinner & Auction

The annual dinner & auction will take place on Saturday, October 24, 2015. The evening celebrates the work NWPF, its programs and its supporters have done over the past year to benefit the Parkinson's community and achieve our mission. 

Please click here for more information or call Angela at 206.946.6518.

Team Parkinson's: STP

Team Parkinson’s is a group of athletes and enthusiasts who push their own physical limits to help raise funds and awareness for the Northwest Parkinson’s community. Now in its 14th year, Team Parkinson’s has raised over $1.2 million and inspired more than 1,500 people to walk, bike, hike and run to support the cause. Together team members have finished more than 305,000 miles on their journey toward hope and wellness. Participation in Team Parkinson's is not restricted to the STP or A Walk in the Park. Individuals and groups are encouraged to create their own activities. For more information, visit the Team Parkinson's page here.

STP Bicycle Classic

The cornerstone of our Team Parkinson’s campaign is the 204-mile Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic held on July 11 -12, 2015. Now in its 36th year, the STP is the largest multi-day ride in the Northwest with up to 10,000 riders making the journey through Western Washington and Oregon. To join Team Parkinson's for the STP, register here.

Team Parkinson's: Walk in the Park

Team Parkinson's first annual Walk in the Park on Saturday, July 25, 2015. This event will bring people with Parkinson’s, carepartners, professionals and friends together in one place to celebrate our daily accomplishments despite our difficulties. A two-mile walking course through the beautiful lake-side trails of Magnuson Park offers individuals a chance to exercise, raise awareness, build community, and raise funds all at the same time. More information to come.