Run, walk, ride…move
Join the Every Victory Counts Challenge
A Team DPF Virtual Event
This July, choose your challenge and get moving to help people with Parkinson's live well today. Join as an individual or become a team captain and start a team!
Registration and Participation
Register today with a $25 donation that will also count toward your fundraising total. By registering for the Every Victory Counts Challenge, we'll send you a limited-edition Team DPF face mask while supplies last AND you'll be entered to win a Taylor Phinney custom-painted Allied Cycleworks ABLE gravel bike. A donation is not required to enter, one entry per person, view official rules here or view a message from Taylor here.
Register as an individual or start a team. Choose your personal challenge... Walk, run, ride, or move during the month of July and use hashtag #everyvictorycounts while you do it!
- Miles Participant: Walking, Running, Cycling, Running + Cycling, Swimming
- Minutes Participant: Dance, Yoga, Boxing, Activity of Your Choice
- Other Participant: 10 Pushups Per Day, Everesting, Create Your Own
Next, look for your confirmation email to join the Every Victory Counts Challenge community in our Official Race Village on Facebook. We'll be broadcasting on Facebook live in the Official Race Village all throughout July to encourage and inspire you daily. We look forward to your contributions in the group! At the end of July, we will send out a completion survey. You will have three days to fill it out to be eligible for the Every Victory Counts Challenge Prize Pool. Check out the FAQ page for more answers.
Completion Poster and Prize Pool
At the end of July, you'll be emailed a completion survey where you can submit your miles, minutes, or other challenges, on the honor system. Entry into the prize pool is earned by completing your challenge and earning challenge badges through the month of July.
Perks of Fundraising: Incentives & Prizes!
Check them out here.
*Our 2020 eco-friendly tee is as soft as can be and is made of recycled materials sourced domestically then sewn in Haiti where workers earn a living wage.