Parkinson’s disease changed the course of our lives and we want
to spare
our children and grandchildren from its devastating impact.

Helping to find a cure will be our most enduring legacy and we invite others
to join us in leaving a gift in support of Parkinson’s research in their will.

Parkinson’s stops here.”


Patrick Demoucelle,
co-founder of the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity,
diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2005 aged 40.


No-one should have to suffer the indignities, frustration and feeling of helplessness that result
from Parkinson’s disease. 

With your support it will be possible to find a cure sooner!

Life is precious. It should be enjoyed fully by those that come after us.

By making a financial gift to Parkinson’s research in your will, your legacy will help to ensure
a world without Parkinson’s disease!



Leaving a gift in your will is one of the biggest differences you can make
to help ensure that future generations will not have to suffer the
indignities of Parkinson’s disease.

Your legacy could be a cure for Parkinson’s disease.


Anne-Marie Demoucelle,
co-founder of the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity

How to make YOUR LEGACY gift to Parkinson’s research

If you would like to know more about leaving a gift to Parkinson’s research in your will, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We would be honoured to assist you in strict confidence.

Be assured that we will not share your details and information with third parties.

We are able to provide you with:

          • further information about the Demoucelle Parkinson Charity
          • a free guide to making legacy gifts and/or
          • access to a legal helpdesk.

You may find answers to some of your initial questions on these specialist websites:

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Please do not hesitate to send an email to or call her on 0475 36 66 82.

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Marc Bontemps talks about why he chose to include a charitable cause in his will.


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