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

We can work with you to make informed choices about the area of work that you would like to support and whether you would like to fund a specific project or our work in general. You can make a one-off donation or decide to support us with a longer-term commitment, both of which will make an impact on our ability to fund ground-breaking Parkinson’s research. 

When you choose to support us with a major gift, we will provide regular updates about our work and how your donation has helped us move towards a cure. There will be opportunities to attend our research update meetings, meet key researchers and hear first-hand how our work is progressing. 

To read more about our research priorities and the trials that we have funded to date, including our innovative and ground-breaking International Linked Clinical Trials programme, please follow the link below.

Your gift could support any of our current projects that still need funding. Our philanthropic supporters have funded a variety of research projects, research meetings, and apps to improve trials. Without their support we would be unable to fund much of our work. Could you help us too? Please contact theresa@cureparkinsons.org.uk to discuss making a gift.

If you are able to commit to an annual or monthly gift, we would invite you to join the Cure Collective – our philanthropy circle.

My late husband, Michael, was one the first trustees of the charity, and he had Parkinson’s for 16 years. We have continued to be involved since those early days, to where the charity is now – a global influencer and funder of Parkinson’s research. I was proud to be asked to a patron of Cure Parkinson’s. Our continued support is a way for us to continue my husband’s legacy and we are pleased to support through an annual gift to help them to achieve their goal to slow, stop and reverse Parkinson’s.”

Jill, Cure Parkinson’s Patron 

Get in touch

If you are considering making a major gift to support our work please get in touch with Theresa.

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