As it has just been national Parkinson’s Disease awareness month, Dundee University are brining attention to the fastest growing neurological condition, with 30 people diagnosed every week in Scotland, by asking staff, students and the wider community to take part in the 30 days challenge this June.
This can involve something challenging, creative, tiring, inspiring, relaxing, funny repetitive or unique on each of the 30 days in June, to raise at least £120 (if you are able) to help Dundee University researchers to find better routes to diagnosis and new treatments.
How will your support help:
Some ideas from those who have already signed up:
- Swim 1km each day in June, in the sea
- Cycle 300km each day
- Walk 5 miles a day and fill 30 bags of litter on the way
- 30-hour dominoes family marathon, in memory of their grandad
Sign up here: https://www.dundee.ac.uk/alumni/event-reg/30day/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Int%20Comms%20210406%20Student%20Newsletter&utm_content=Int%20Comms%20210406%20Student%20Newsletter+CID_4d91b5276bc514a23e7dc8d9a2573a72&utm_source=campaign%20monitor&utm_term=Sign%20up