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I’m going to climb a mountain – Fundraiser…or plan B?

Well I had big plans for this fundraiser: I was going to climb a mountain but COVID19 means that after 6 months we’re still on lockdown in Peru. We are only supposed to go out for shopping. So no mountain climbing. So plan B….. but first what am I fundrasing for.

Going to World Parkisnon Congress last year CHANGED MY LIFE!

I have made a short video about it on facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/591502886/videos/10157825732897887/?extid=Zl9ANwhhjbO7NBGQ

It empowered me to reach out to help the Parkinson’s community in Peru. I’ve started a Parkinson’s association in my city and I’m educating my community about Parkinson’s, drawing on what I learned the World Parkinson’s Congress. I’d like to see others with Parkisnon’s to also be empowered to help their community here in South America and beyond. I’d probably not be doing what I am doing without the inspiring experience of being a part of the World Parkinson’s Congress. 

As you can imagine getting to go to such an international event is expensive, so we are raising funds travel grants to subsidize those in need. The congress is in June 2022 and this time it is unique because it will be in Barcelona in Spain. This is super exciting for Latino’s because it means that it will be translated or presented in Spanish as well as English.  This means it is the perfect opportunity to get Peruvians and other Spanish speakers along and empowered to come back and lead their communities. 

Please donate to the link:

https://www.worldpdcoalition.org/donations/donate.asp?id=19358

My aim is to raise $2,000 before my birthday on the 28th August

Thank-you in advance for your generosity. Every little bit counts.

No mountain climbing so what am I doing? What is plan B?

A 10-day physical challenge. I will be exercising everyday sharing a video daily via facebook. I’m a little behind in posting as I had a problem I’m trying to sort out with facebook. My next blog will explain the glitch but I’ll post the first video today.

Christine Jeyachandran

Ambassador of the World Parkinson 2022