Will you walk or run to show support and raise funds for vital research into Parkinson’s Disease? Find out how you can set your own personal challenge by participating in ‘Let’s Move for Parkinson’ this May.
Professor Peter Vangheluwe’s team received support from the Michael J. Fox Foundation for research rejected by other funders. Having subsequently achieved a significant scientific breakthrough, he is convinced that informed charity funders play a vital role in accelerating development of a cure.
With some creativity, guidance and support anyone and everyone can successfully raise funds for charity. We truly believe this. Discover how here.
Find out how you can mark a milestone event in your life – both happy and sad – by making a lasting contribution to Parkinson’s research.
If you are participating in an event, sporting or otherwise, you could ask your friends, family and colleagues to support you by making a donation to Parkinson’s research on your behalf. Find out how.
Discover a few of the ways that people have raised money to support research to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. It is so inspiring to see how patients, their family members, friends, colleagues and people from the wider community have found creative and fun ways to support the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity.
Neuropharmacologist Ian Reynolds talks about how Parkinson’s Disease research has changed over his career, his expectations for a cure and the importance of charitable funding.
Bernard and wife Sandra enjoy travelling, going to the theatre and concerts but his unpredictable Parkinson’s symptoms make them anxious and keep them home.
Find out more about some of the symptoms that affect people with Parkinson’s Disease. Not every patient experiences all of the symptoms. Did you know …
Between Nov 15 and Nov 30, you are encouraged to bid online for one (or more) of 74 small wooden border post sculptures, which have been customised by professional and amateur artists in support of Parkinson’s research.