We have officially launched the public phase of our InMotion fundraising.
We need your help to continue moving forward with our community centered programming!
WHY do we need to move into a capital campaign at this time?
- Our goal in 2014 was to raise $2.8M to meet current needs and to plan for the future.
- To date we have quietly raised $1.7M, which is more than halfway to our goal!
- We need to keep services FREE.
InMotion Community, we are excited and proud to introduce The PATH Initiative!
InMotion founders Karen Jaffe & Ben Rossi recently attended the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) and spent the greater portion of their time spreading the word about InMotion. They fielded lots of questions about how exactly InMotion was formed. They had a lot to share!
Clients of InMotion, have the opportunity to experience the benefits of community exercise programming at the highest level. ...
Our very own InMotion Program Director and InMotion co-founder, Ben Rossi, will be presenting a 15-minute presentation about the InMotion Better Every Day Program at the NEOMED Take Control! A Symposium to Advance Research on Parkinson’s Disease on Wednesday, May 4th. ...
Help out InMotion at Roadhouse May 1st-May 23rd, 2016!
InMotion is happy to announce that Texas Roadhouse will be holding a cash register campaign to support InMotion. This involves selling ribbons for $1 at the cash register in 9 of their locations – Willoughby, Erie, Elyria, Brooklyn, Steubenville, Niles, Boardman, Canton and Sandusky. Ribbons will be sold for $1 each for three weeks. Purchase a ribbon, write your name on it, and Roadhouse will hang your ribbon on the wall to support InMotion! ...
We are proud to announce that Dr. Karen Jaffe, an InMotion founder, has been chosen as one of the three recipients awarded the Dr. Rana International Parkinson’s Community Services Award 2015, announced on World Parkinson’s Day, April 11, 2016. Dr. Jaffe’s inspirational work and the great passion she devotes to improving the lives of those affected with Parkinson’s disease has been officially recognized by the World Parkinson’s Program.
Congratulations, Karen! ...
InMotion is proud to announce that Nancy McCann has joined its administrative team as its Chief Advancement Officer, responsible for fundraising and marketing communications.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Nancy to InMotion so that she can help us insure our sustainability as we work to help meet the wellness needs of people with Parkinson’s and movement disorders,” said Judy Peters, InMotion co-chair of its development committee. “All of our services are offered free to the community, and in the past year we’ve seen tremendous need, tremendous growth, and evidence that every day we’re improving the lives of those managing PD.”
McCann recently served as the Chief Development Officer for the Western Reserve Land Conservancy, managing its advancement team and developing its strategic fundraising plan. ...