Where Your Support Matters

Each year, Parkinson’s Fitness helps hundreds of people struggling with Parkinson’s disease in communities north of Boston by providing a welcoming environment to explore their fitness and cognitive goals through an array of classes. This helps participants gain confidence as they take back control over this challenging disorder.

But We Need Your Help

Our supporters are individuals and organizations who believe that education and empowerment are the tools for success. We are 100% supported by funders like YOU and we’re dedicated to keeping the quality of our classes an absolute priority. The majority of our funding goes directly toward making sure that we have the best instructors and whatever equipment is needed so that we can continue to provide these classes free of charge. Our programs cost thousands of dollars per month to provide, but to one person or one family living with Parkinson’s, they are worth a million.

“The dedication and commitment shown by this team is remarkable. Whether they are teaching a class of 2 or 22 people, the intensity is the same. They take our health as seriously as we do – maybe even sometimes more so! They are constantly introducing us to new ideas about battling this beast of a disease.”  Laurie G. – program participant


Click here for a sample of more messages we’ve received from our members, many of which reference our efforts during the COVID pandemic.


Let’s Do This Together!

Give Now – Your donation(s) can directly help fund a weekly class, our arts programs, and our educational symposiums. Donations may also be made in honor or in memory of someone.

Participate in our Educational and Fundraising Events – Your financial support and your presence can help enrich our events and grow our base of support!

Spread the Word – We need to reach as many people as we can to help grow our base of support and educate people about Parkinson’s disease and how we can help. Please help us by sharing our website with lists of friends and family on your social media platforms.

For more information on how to help, please contact Linda Hall