Staying home? No problem, there are loads of ways you can fundraise from the comfort of your own home and online.
It’s now easier than ever to support us from the comfort of your own home and we’ve got lots of ideas to inspire you, from Friday night quizzes to individual challenges.
Here are some of our favourites:
Host a virtual pub quiz on your favourite social media platform or video chat. Invite your friends and family and find out who payed attention when they watched QI!
Donate the money you would otherwise spend on your commute to fund the latest Parkinson’s research. You can do this for a week, a month or until things are running back to normal.
Donate the money you would otherwise spend on take away coffee or disappointing coffee shop sandwiches to fund our ongoing clinical trials. It all adds up and every little helps!
Whether you are a running enthusiast, training for an upcoming event or simply doing your daily home workout, the
Fit4Change app will track your mileage and donate 5p for every mile you walk, run or cycle towards our Parkinson’s Research.
Challenge your friends and family to join you for
Run Local or Raid Local, all to raise funds for Cure Parkinson’s without leaving your local area.
Whether it’s racing down the rainbow road, a solo Skyrim session or a creative co-op on Minecraft, get online, get streaming and game for a cure. Check out this
amazing guide to find out everything you need to know to start fundraising.
If you’re a yogi, personal trainer or musician you can teach someone a new skill all while raising funds for a cure.
If you’re having a big clear out, why not sell any old books, clothes and gifts online and
donate the proceeds. Try EbayforCharity, Facebook Marketplace or Depop. Marie Kondo would be proud!
Joe Gregory (pictured above, right) set himself the challenge of completing an astonishing 10,000 consecutive keepy-uppies to raise funds for Cure Parkinson’s.
I am very pleased, relieved, and proud to have finally completed the challenge and am very happy to support Cure Parkinson’s in their work in trying to establish a cure for Parkinson’s.
Joe Gregory, Cure Parkinson’s fundraiser
Alternatively, you can contact the team on
020 7487 3892 or email us to discuss your plans. We’d love to hear from you!