Christine Anderson

A Walk in a Park

Support me as I take part in A Walk in the Park 2022

I am so excited to take part in the 2022 A Walk in the Park for Fight Parkinson's. The event is taking place on Sunday March 27th and I would love your support. 

Donate today to help all those living with Parkinson's get the valuable support they need to live a full life.

Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition that affects people from all walks of life. It is quite common, with approximately 100,000 Australians, including over 27,000 Victorians living with Parkinson’s.

My Achievements

Updated Profile Pic

Added a Blog Post

First Donation

Raised $20

Halfway to Target

Hit Target

1K Club

Thank you to my Sponsors

$500

Jenny & Iain Nixon

Go, Christine, go !!!!!

$300

Murray Marke

Christine, all the best.

$104.40

Neville Varcoe

👍🏻😎

$100

Joyce Clark

$100

Stewart Anderson

$80

Miriam Young

Christine, You set a pace that is hard to keep up with. Wishing you all the best.

$75

Fitness Friends

Despite the way we tease you about the distractions and excuses you use to avoid exercises, the effort and determination you show amazes and outclasses us all.

$52.20

Anne Puckey

A great effort Christine. All the best.

$52.20

Emma Collin

See you on Sunday!

$52.20

Mark John Frederick Airey

$52.20

Robin Simm

$50

Anonymous

Well done Christine and family on walking for a wonderful cause.

$50

Heather Parkinson

Keep up the good work.

$50

Christine Anderson

$50

Hugh Smith

Christine, You are a terrific leader for our Parkinson's Group and I enjoy your newsletters and your sense of humour.

$50

Eddie & Joy Shortis

Christine, Thank you for all that you do.

$50

Linda Marke

Christine, Keep up the good work. You are an inspiration.

$50

Michael & Margaret Campion

Christine, we appreciate all that you do.

$10.44

Helen Hearn

Christine, I appreciate the way you make everyone feel so welcome. We have a lovely Parkinson's Support Group.

$10

Lois Mcdonald

$10

Lyn Binion

Christine, Thank you for your support to those of us who are newly diagnosed and somewhat confused. You make everything seem more manageable.