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How You Can Help

Your generosity helps us improve care and propels us towards a cure for Parkinson’s disease (PD). Every day, volunteers and donors help us make life better for people with Parkinson’s.

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Why Support Us

Find out exactly how your generous donation helps improve the lives of people with Parkinson’s —from helping us advance critical research to funding life-changing wellness programs in local communities.

Ways to Give

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We rely on the energy, skill and passion of people like you to help us further our impact and reach. Explore our myriad of in-person and virtual volunteer opportunities.

Become a Volunteer

Create Your Own Fundraiser

Design your own fundraiser — from a Facebook Fundraiser, to livestreaming or hosting your own 5K. We’ll help you design your dream event!

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Donate From Your Retirement Plan

Save on your taxes and help people with Parkinson's by making a qualified charitable distribution from your IRA.

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Reach Further

The Parkinson’s Foundation Reach Further campaign will invest an additional $30 million to accelerate progress on Parkinson’s disease research, improve care and increase access to quality-of-life programs.

Fundraise Your Way

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At Moving Day events across the country, we’re fighting Parkinson’s and celebrating movement — proven to help manage Parkinson’s symptoms — and we’re doing it together.



Ready to challenge yourself mentally and physically while raising funds for the Parkinson’s Foundation? Explore our marathon, mud run and other race options.



This high-energy indoor cycling ride combines passion, determination and community. Ride with us in-person at events across the country or virtually!


Find A Participant

Ready to donate to a participant or team that is raising funds for the Parkinson’s Foundation?

Corporate Sponsors

Partnering with our corporate sponsors allow us to bring education, resources and support to people with Parkinson’s and their families.

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