In 2003, Mike Tindall, the 42 years old English rugby union player’s father, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. As a result,
Mike Feels Heartbroken to Lose His Dad
Mike, who is married to Zara Tindall, the Queen’s granddaughter, has worked with the charity Cure Parkinson’s for numerous years, including arranging fundraising events like his Celebrity Golf Classic. Mike’s role in the day was discussed in a film released by the charity following the event this year, and the father-of-three was included in it. As he spoke about how his father’s battle had affected him, he was visibly moved.
He began by saying that his father has had Parkinson’s disease for the past 20 years. He also said that it’d been a difficult path for his father, particularly in the last ten years, and it’s been wonderful to put that funding into research. He also mentioned that everything Cure Parkinson’s conducts is solely for research and that their primary purpose is to vanish. Because he had to see his father suffer from Parkinson’s disease, he is more interested in finding a way to stop, reverse, and cure it than just live with it.
Mike’s Fundraising Events
Mike’s contribution in fundraising, particularly through his Celebrity Golf Classic event, was also discussed by a spokesperson for the organization. “So, this day, and others like it,” he continued, “are excellent for raising cash to advance that research.” Mike is a tremendous supporter of the organization and a fantastic patron who is great at raising awareness and making things happen for us.
This is the peak, and this terrific golf day, which we’ve enjoyed for numerous years, is simply incredible. Mike, on the other hand, is always willing to help, whether it’s by jumping on his bicycle and cycling a long-distance or by attending a business conference in the city.