FUNDRAISING PRIZE WINNERS HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED!
Highest Individual Fundraisers
Highest Fundraising Teams
|St George/Sutherland Support Group
|Walking for my sister Cristy
|Lewis and the Lewy Bodies
Fundraisers who raised $100 or more:
Bendigo Bank Prize - Sharyn Crockett
Samsung Tablet Prize - Amy Budden
On behalf of the people with Parkinson's, their families and carers ... thank you!
RACE RESULTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
Thanks to ABBEY DIGITAL, photographs of all the fun are available to purchase now. They will also, generously, be donating 20% of sales to Parkinson's NSW.
Everyone who registers and attends the Parkinson's NSW Unity Walk or Unity Run
this coming Sunday, 25th August will receive a FREE ticket to the GWS Giants vs Richmond AFL match at
Skoda Stadium later in the day.
Thanks to the generous support of the GWS Giants
Celebrate the career of AFL legend, Kevin Sheedy, at his last game as Head Coach in Sydney!
There will be plenty of fun for the whole family with the AFL Playground, GIANT Inflatables and FREE face painting.
YOU COULD WIN AN INCREDIBLE HOLIDAY IN HAWAII
Go to the Prizes page for all the information
EARLY BIRD PRICING HAS NOW FINISHED. HOWEVER, ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STILL AVAILABLE UNTIL 12 NOON ON THURSDAY 22ND AUGUST. OF COURSE YOU ARE ALSO WELCOME TO REGISTER ON THE DAY.
We are also excited to announce a special Unity Walk and Run Raffle.
For just $2 a ticket you can be in the draw to WIN one of an array of fantastic prizes donated by our wonderful sponsors. You can easily purchase your tickets when you register online or even buy them on the day.
Raise awareness and money to fund essential research and support services for people living with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. The Parkinson's Unity Run is fast becoming one of the best known Runs in Sydney. With fantastic prizes on offer and a truly significant cause to benefit, make the Parkinson's Unity Run your next Sydney Running Race.
Join us to provide Help for Today and Hope for Tomorrow
- In Australia, someone is diagnosed with Parkinson’s every hour of every day
- Over 80,000 Australians live with Parkinson’s disease, which is the second most common degenerative neurological condition
- There is no known cause or cure
Help us to celebrate the 6th Anniversary of the Unity Walk. Go to www.unitywalk.com.au for all the details.