Together, we can change the world.

If you have Parkinson’s, or know someone who does, you will know the devastating impact of this cruel condition.

Whether you would like to support our work with a general donation or support a specific project, as a partner you will have a dedicated team member who will keep you updated on the progress of our research and the difference your donation is making.

Your strategic investment, especially during this crucial time for Parkinson’s research, is so important and could help us achieve our goal of curing Parkinson’s.

As a partner you will have access to special events, the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals, celebrity supporters and the potential to hear first-hand from leading Parkinson’s researchers.

Find out more about giving as an individual

A major gift can help us create lasting change and move us closer to a cure for Parkinson’s.

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Find out more about giving through your company

Corporate support and partnerships help us fund crucial research into Parkinson’s and allow us to raise awareness of the devastating effect this condition has on people’s lives.

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Find out more about supporting us through a Trust or Foundation

Does your trust want to support an organisation that is changing the face of neurological research?

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Donate to Cure Parkinson’s

During this difficult time, your support is more crucial than ever.

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Cure Parkinson’s supporter Andrew wanted his donation to support a particular research project and chose to direct his donation to the ambroxol programme.

My mother has Parkinson’s and I’ve been a supporter of Cure Parkinson’s for several years now. I was delighted to be able to make a large donation and I worked with the team to identify an exciting project where the money could make a real difference. I am keen to do as much as possible to find a cure for Parkinson’s.”

Andrew

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If you are interested in partnering with us and making a difference, please contact Theresa.

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