Join us for a fun-filled night of cocktails, dinner, merriment and more at the Magic of Hope Gala & Auction! It's a festive gathering of the local Parkinson's community, with many ways to support the American Parkinson Disease Association, Northwest Chapter (APDA Northwest). Every dollar raised goes to provide the support, education, and research that will help everyone impacted by Parkinson's disease live life to the fullest!
Celebrating 20 Years!
Throughout the evening we will be honoring the people who have made this event possible, including the founders of Magic of Hope and the key volunteers who have dedicated countless hours over the past 20 years to raise over $4 million for Parkinson's disease!
The Magic of Hope is APDA's largest fundraiser of the year. In 2022 we raised over $400,000, and with your support this year we will hit our goal of $450,000!
REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
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Congratulations to the 2023 Optimism Award Winner
We look forward to recognizing Brian for supporting the Young Onset community and APDA with boundless energy, dedication, and optimism.
APDA Northwest was founded by a dedicated group of volunteers to support the needs of approximately 60,000 people with Parkinson's in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. We are a local chapter of American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), which is the country’s oldest and largest grassroots organization serving the Parkinson’s community.
APDA Northwest aims to fulfill our mission locally by everyday providing the support, education, and research that will help everyone impacted by Parkinson’s disease live life to the fullest. This dual mission of helping people live better today, while also fighting for a better tomorrow is unique in the Northwest.
Parkinson’s disease affects 10 million people worldwide, more than MS, ALS and Muscular Dystrophy combined, making it the second most common neurological disorder. With our aging population, these numbers are only going to grow. Currently, the cause is unknown and there is no cure or treatment to stop the progression of the disease.