SUPPORT PARKINSON'S RESEARCH

 
 

 

The Helen Gold 5k – 10k charity event has grown from 400 runner-walkers in 2002 to over 1,000 participants. As a result of your contributions you have helped raise over $700,000 for KU Endowment’s Parkinson Disease Research at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

We are hoping you will become OR continue to be a contributing sponsor for this vital research. All proceeds benefit Parkinson’s Research at Kansas University Medical Center. Your sponsor commitment by August 19, 2017 insures maximum exposure!!

Download and Mail Form*

There are many ways YOU and / or your company can make a difference in the fight to eliminate Parkinson’s disease by joining us in this event as a runner. walker, sponsor, participant or volunteer .

100% of all proceeds
 from the Helen Gold Run/Walk help fund the Parkinson’s Disease Research Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC).

Become a Race Sponsor: Click Here

Donate directly to KU online or Mail in your Donation  - Support Parkinson’s Disease Research at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Donate in Honor, Support or Memory of Someone. 

*PAY BY CREDIT CARD (Download Authorization Form) - Mail or Bring with your Registration or Donation

Collect Pledges to Support YOUR Walk or Run - Download Pledge Form


Matching Gift Program
- Take advantage of your employer’s matching gift program, you can double your donation?  Check with your employer’s Human Resource Department to see if they will match your donation to KU Endowment-HG5K.  These programs can double or triple the effective size of your gift.  Remind your family and friends to see if their employer participates with matching gifts.

FUNDRAISING 

Track on-line your Team//Family/Organization or Personal goals by Pledges and Contributions made on your behalf. 
Set up your own Fundraising Goals: Click Here

TELL US ABOUT YOUR TEAM / WHY YOU RUN or WHO YOU RUN FOR

Please let us know why you or your family run. 
We may post and use when promoting this event encouraging others of the on-going search for a cure for Parkinson’s disease.