Wendy and John Paul Lederach have been fundraising for the Davis Phinney Foundation for nine years. Here’s how they do it.
Learn proven strategies from top Davis Phinney Foundation fundraisers about how to make your ride for a cause a huge success.
Make your first (or next) fundraiser for Parkinson’s a success.
Very few people actually enjoy asking for money. But it doesn’t have to be that hard.
Announcing our calendar of fundraising events for 2018. We have something for everyone.
When I was diagnosed with Parkinson’s on January 8, 2014 at the age of 54, it felt like all the hopes and dreams I had flew immediately out the window.
The limitations of Parkinson’s constantly encourage Jonathan to find new ways to dream big.
Every day I continue to battle Parkinson’s while finding the good that still comes from the experience.
Eight-year-old Ethan found his rhythm on his stationary bicycle during the Tour of Sufferlandria, and in the process, inspired everyone.
When my husband, Joe, was first diagnosed, I felt like the rug had been pulled from underneath me. Two people planted the seeds that changed the course of this disease for us.