Pacing for Parkinson's (P4P) is a large charity team that in typical years participates in the Baltimore Running Festival. It is a volunteer-led campaign that raises awareness of and funds for Parkinson’s disease (PD) research, community outreach, education, and patient care at Johns Hopkins. The Johns Hopkins Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center provides comprehensive, compassionate, and timely treatment to people living with PD and other movement disorders.
The benefits of joining Pacing for Parkinson's include:
Pacing for Parkinson's technical t-shirt (once you meet the fundraising minimum)
A fun virtual event where you can connect with the Parkinson's community! Details TBD
Frequent team communication emails and training support
Various happy hours and social events to meet the team
Premium prize for those who fundraise over $1,000
To receive all of these amazing benefits, each participant must raise at least $100 to to cover costs and support the research, clinical, and educational missions of the Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center and Johns Hopkins Medicine. This fundraising minimum is the smallest of any charity team in the Baltimore Running Festival!
Want to learn more about P4P? Watch this video about the impact of our first 10 years.