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Cause 4 Hope

April 17, 2021

Cause 4 Hope is the annual gala benefiting the Neuro Challenge Foundation for Parkinson’s.  

Join us for a celebratory event presented by Amicus Foundation. The evening will feature a gourmet meal and libations prepared by Michael's on East, a spectacular live auction and presentations about Neuro Challenge's Foundation's innovative projects and vital programming.

This year we will honor Dean Sutherland, MD for his service to the Parkinson's community. 

Your support helps provide vital educational, therapeutic and support services to over 2700 people with Parkinson's in our area, and we invite you to attend, become a sponsor or underwrite a Wish List item.  Come and celebrate Neuro Challenge Foundation's 11 years of service to the local Parkinson's community, toast our honoree and join our Event Co-Chairs and sponsors to support the ever important work ahead of us. 

Sponsorships are available.  Contact Mary Jo Heider, Developement Director  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (941)926-6413.


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COVID-19 Update:

The health and safety of our Parkinson’s community is our number one priority. Until further notice, Neuro Challenge's programs and services are being offered virtually.

Neuro Challenge's goal is to educate, engage and empower the Parkinson’s community. During these uncertain times we find it most important to provide information and resources that address COVID-19 and Parkinson’s Disease. Please visit our Covid-19 and PD page for more information. 

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