Shake It Up Australia Pause 4 Parkinson's
On World Parkinson's Day, Shake It Up Australia are asking Australians to stop, pause and give a voice to those affected by Parkinson’s, through their Pause 4 Parkinson’s campaign. The campaign’s aim is to raise awareness and much needed funding for their research.
Promoting and funding Parkinson’s disease research in Australia, aimed at better treatments and ultimately a cure.
This April, 10% of all sales of our Sweet Sophistication arrangement will go towards the fantastic Pause 4 Parkinson's campaign. Send this gorgeous vase arrangement to someone special and contribute to the important research work undertaken by Shake It Up Australia.
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About Shake It Up Australia Pause 4 Parkinson's
On World Parkinson's Day, Tuesday 11th April, 2017 we are asking Australians to stop, pause and give a voice to those affected by Parkinson's. Colleagues, friends and families will unite this April to raise funds for Australian Parkinson's research by hosting a range of their own events including morning teas, bake offs, wine tastings, car washes, golf tournaments, cocktail events and more in their work places, homes and local communities.
World Parkinson's Day is on Tuesday 11th April, 2017 and we will celebrate for the whole month of April with various events around the country, along with multiple media opportunities.
The campaign involves work places and individuals hosting their own events where colleagues, friends and family will get together to stop, pause and give a voice to Parkinson's whilst raising much needed funds for Australian Parkinson's research.
Since the inaugural Pause 4 Parkinson's campaign in 2015 we have been able to raise over $230,000 and had over 5,000 supporters participate nationally over the last two years. This campaign alone has allowed Shake It Up to reach over 500,000 people around Australia through traditional and social media coverage.
Flowers Across Sydney are a bronze sponsor of the Pause 4 Parkinson's event.