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Greg Campbell - Help us find a Cure
“HELP US FIND A CURE”
On 18th September I am participating in the Blackmores 4k event to raise funds for Shake It Up Australia Foundation. This Foundation has been established by Clyde & Greg Campbell with the aim to fund research to find a cure for Parkinsons Disease.
Funds raised will be utilised to directly fund Parkinsons Research in Australia and are fully Tax Deductible.
I appreciate your support in this amazing event & for supporting a great cause.
THANK YOU FOR HELPING
“MAKE A DIFFERENCE”
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Shake It Up Australia Foundation
[b][size=120]Shake It Up Australia has a clear mission: To find the cure for Parkinson’s[/size][/b] There are an estimated 70,000 Australians living with Parkinson’s with another 32 diagnosed every day. 20% of those diagnosed are under 50 years old. [b]With your help we can change this![/b] Shake It Up has partnered with the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research to fund world’s best research in Australia targeted at finding better treatments and ultimately a cure. [b]100% OF YOUR DONATION GOES DIRECTLY TO RESEARCH. THAT’S RIGHT 100%![/b] [size=80]Our founding directors cover all general expenses of the Foundation ensuring every cent of your donation makes a real difference in the quest to find a cure for Parkinson’s.[/size] [b][size=150]About Shake It Up[/size][/b] Shake It Up Australia Foundation together with our partner at The Michael J. Fox Foundation are the largest non-government funder of Parkinson's research across multiple insitutes in Australia. Founded in 2011 we have funded over $2.8M in research targeted at finding better treatments and ultimately the cure. The Foundation was established by Clyde Campbell, a father of three and business owner who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2009 at the age of 44. Clyde set out to find out as much as he could about the disease and determine what he could do in a practical sense to assist. His search led him to the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (MJFF) in the United States and the remarkable work they do to fund medical research targeted at finding better treatments on the path to a cure for Parkinson’s disease. The approach MJFF take to assessing, funding and project managing world’s best research all over the globe eliminates redundancy, ensures efficiency and unites the global community in the quest to find a cure. Clyde realised that funding Parkinson’s research was the best thing that he could do to help himself, his family and the 100,000 other Australians living with the disease. With that clear in his mind Clyde founded Shake It Up Australia Foundation (SIUAF) to give other Australians the opportunity to join his quest. [size=150][b]How you can join the fight to cure Parkinson’s[/b][/size] The research we are funding comes at a cost and we need people committed to making a world without Parkinson’s disease a reality to join our fight. Some ways you can contribute include: • Donate to research now • Run an event for Shake It Up • Participate in an event and encourage others to sponsor you • Become a project partner • Become a corporate partner • Become an ambassador • Volunteer • Subscribe to our newsletter • Register for clinical trials To learn more about how you can be a part of the answer please go to our website and get involved. [url=http://www.shakeitup.org.au]www.shakeitup.org.au[/url]read more
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