Join me in this mile mark — 65 years, 6,500 miles, raising $300,000 for Parkinson’s in 90 days.
GEARING UP FOR GOOD
Join the journey of Joe Motz to help improve the health and wellness of people with Parkinson’s disease by raising financial support for the development of a pilot and the first in a series of satellite centers in partnership with UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute and UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness. The centers will utilize proven integrative treatment options to reduce physical symptoms while contributing to psychological, social and spiritual health and wellness as well as greater independence and sense of community.
WELCOME JOE MOTZ BACK AT THE GEARING UP FOR GOOD BIG ASH HOMECOMING EVENT ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2019
Joe Motz is headed back from his Gearing up for Good mission to raise funds for Parkinson’s and we want your help to welcome him home! Join us on Thursday, November 7, 2019 from 4:30PM – 7:00PM to show your support, warmly welcome Joe back, and help him celebrate in this major milestone!
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GET YOUR BIG ASH BREWING GEARING UP FOR GOOD – BEER FOR A YEAR CARD NOW
There’s no better way to support Joe’s cause and celebrate his incredible accomplishment all year round. Buy one for yourself or get a bunch for friends and family, spread the word and encourage more giving. Makes a great Christmas / birthday / employee thank you gift. Total value over $100 for only $50.
WHAT IT’S ALL ABOUT
Hello, my name is Joe Motz and come August 2, to celebrate my 65th birthday, I will be GEARING UP FOR GOOD on my 6,500 mile bicycle journey to test my endurance and raise awareness and support for those suffering from Parkinson’s. Through this journey, I am hoping to raise $300,000 on my ride towards the development of the pilot and the first in a series of satellite health and wellness programs throughout the Cincinnati Region to help those with Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases such Alzheimer’s, Multiple Sclerosis and Frontotemporal Dementia.
ABOUT THE CENTER
The programs we will create will be specialized and embedded into new or existing locations in partnership with the UC Center for Integrative Health and Wellness and the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute.