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Pancakes for Parkinsons Networking Breakfast

Pancakes for Parkinsons Networking Breakfast - Has Ended

 10 Sep, 2019 - 10 Sep, 2019
 Tue 8:30am - Tue 10:30am
 243 Pirie Street
  Adelaide, SA
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With 80,000 people living with Parkinson’s in Australia and an estimated 30 people are diagnosed each day, the team at Grieve Gillett Andersen are proud to be supporting Parkinson’s SA this year.

​We invite you to join us for a networking breakfast on Tuesday, 10th September, where we will serve up hot pancakes with a range of toppings in order to raise funds for those living with Parkinson's, as well as their carers, families, the community and health professionals.

​Categorised as the ‘movement disorder’, Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition that can affect people from all walks of life. In addition to effects on movement, there are many symptoms such as pain, sensory changes, depression and problems with memory, thinking and sleep that can have an impact on the day to day life of the person with Parkinson’s. Sadly, there is currently no known cure and while it is possible to live with Parkinson’s for a long time, symptoms do get worse over time.

For a $5 donation, we will be serving hot pancakes with a range of toppings, tea and coffee. We will also have some games and prizes to win for an extra gold coin donation. 

Please register your attendance by selecting one of the ticketing options available, including RSVP with your $5 donation payable online or RSVP and bring your cash donation on arrival. 

If you are unable to attend the breakfast and would still like to make a contribution, there is also an option to donate towards Parkinson's SA.

All funds raised will be donated to Parkinson's SA. For more information, please visit

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