Sisters Susanna and Eliza Kidd have had a super summer of fundraising for Cure Parkinson’s.
They began their mission to raise funds and awareness on 23 July, taking on a triathlon with their friends near their home in Padstow, Cornwall.
Susanna and Eliza decided to support Cure Parkinson’s because two of their grandparents lived with Parkinson’s and their father, David, has recently been diagnosed with the condition.
As part of her Masters in Science and Media, Susanna and her friend, Isabella Eddington, produced and directed a film they called ‘Keep Moving’, in which her father explores how to live well with Parkinson’s and experience life to the fullest. Three screenings of their film were shown in November and all proceeds from the event have been donated to Cure Parkinson’s.
The pair were planning to finish with Eliza taking on the London Marathon however, due to an injury, Eliza was unable to take part and so she has deferred her place to 2022.
Cure Parkinson’s would like to thank Susanna and Eliza for their tremendous support and dedication to raising funds and awareness for Parkinson’s. Collectively, the pair have raised over £5,800!
If you are inspired by Susanna and Eliza’s fundraising and would like to take on a similar challenge, have a look at our fundraising opportunities.
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