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Here are some volunteer opportunities that QPK is currently offering. Don't see something you like? Send us an email at - QPK is always coming up with new ideas and we would love to hear yours!

Current/ongoing opportunities

Fundraisers - Parkinson Canada SuperWalk

If you are excited to resume in-person volunteering within the local Kingston community, look no further! QPK is pleased to announce that the Parkinson Canada SuperWalk will be back in person at Lake Ontario Park on Saturday, September 10, 2022. This is a great opportunity to not only fundraise for Parkinson's Disease, but also to support and befriend the members of the Kingston Parkinson community. Please email us at for more details and if you are interested in volunteering. For more information regarding SuperWalk, please visit the SuperWalk website

Queen's University Parkinson's disease research



The Queen’s Eye Movement Lab is recruiting healthy adults aged 50-85 (inclusive) for a study on eye movements and how they might be affected by neurological disease.


Study participants will be asked to complete some simple questionnaires and perform two eye-tracking tasks, which all together would last approximately 60-120 minutes. Participants will receive $20/hr dispersed through each session and all study visits will take place in Kingston, Ontario at Hôtel Dieu Hospital. 


If you have any questions or want to participate, please email This study is available to view on the Parkinson Canada website here. 


QPK hires team/general members at the start of both Queen's semesters. Check back around September and January for more information. 

Volunteer with us 

Want to work with the greater Kingston community? Join us for a number of volunteer opportunities throughout the year, including Parkinson-specific exercise classes and Kingston Parkinson's Disease Support Group meetings. At the moment, Support Group meetings are not running, but we are hopeful that in the upcoming year we can reconnect with the amazing Kingston Parkinson's community.

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