Drive Toward a Cure Northeast Adventure Rally

by Michael Satterfield

Drive Toward a Cure has a well-earned reputation for putting on some of the best driving events in North America, all while raising funds and awareness for Parkinson's Disease research. The road rally events take drivers on some of the greatest driving roads in the country and feature luxury accommodations and meals. The 2020 rally is a fall tour of the Northeast, along the scenic byways of the Appalachian Mountains. 

The multi-day event is the first-ever Fall foliage tour, put on by Drive Toward a Cure and take participants on a tour of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York, over Columbus Day Weekend (8/11-12).  Dubbed the “Northeast Adventure” the trip promises to be unlike other driving events, blending cars and camaraderie for a great cause. Choose between five days / four nights, or four days / three nights, and enjoy an ALL-inclusive weekend of outstanding drives and new friends, top-rated accommodations, amazing food and drink, and memorable stops.

To learn more or reserve your place for the Northeast Adventure CLICK HERE.

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Drive Toward a Cure raises funds and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease research and patient care. Inspired by the camaraderie found within the automotive culture, the organization’s mission benefits equally from both enthusiast communities and industry professionals. Drive Toward A Cure events harness enthusiasm for cars and driving and turn that power into support for ongoing work to improve the lives of those living with Parkinson’s, as well as the research that will hopefully one day lead to a cure. Drive Toward a Cure is a 501(c)(3) non-profit supporting beneficiaries including The Michael J. Fox Foundation, The Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center and the Parkinson’s Foundation. For donations, sponsorship and event registration, please visit

Since its inception, Drive Toward a Cure has raised more than $300,000 including contributions which provide financial assistance for both research and patient programs.