The Cure Collective is a group of like-minded individuals committed to help drive forward the quest to find a cure for Parkinson’s. Each member pledges to support Cure Parkinson’s with a minimum annual donation of £5,000 (for five years, or more). This commitment enables us to plan for and support the ground-breaking International Linked Clinical Trials (iLCT) programme and our drive to slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s.
Cure Parkinson’s has ambition, drive and a clear research strategy. The research that Cure Parkinson’s has identified to date, and is continuing to identify, offers real prospects to improve the lives of the 10 million people worldwide living with Parkinson’s. This research urgently needs funding. As Chair of the Cure Collective, I am looking for people who want, with us, to play an important part in finding a cure for this devastating condition. The problem is all too obvious. Will you join us to become part of the solution?Christopher Moger QC, Cure Collective Chairman
Since launching the Cure Collective at a small drinks reception at Berry Bros. & Rudd in London three years ago, Cure Collective has gone from strength to strength. Members have, to date, donated or pledged an incredible £650,000 to support our iLCT programme, which now has trials running around the world. We are profoundly grateful to this generous group of supporters who have enabled us to fund more clinical trials. As we look ahead to the future of the Cure Collective, we will continue to recruit new members (at £5000 a time) with the immediate goal of reaching £1 million of pledged income.
We are so grateful to our Cure Collective members for their support and commitment to our mission to find a cure for Parkinson’s. As a member of the Cure Collective myself, I always enjoy having the opportunity to meet with other members at our social and research events to discuss our progress. I am looking forward to seeing our members again, in real life instead of through a screen! Please do join us as we push towards our £1million target. Together we can make a difference.Will Cook, CEO, Cure Parkinson’s
If the Cure Collective is not for you but you would like to get involved in another way to help Cure Parkinson’s research, find out more:
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