Volunteer

Our volunteers help us make life better for people with Parkinson’s.

Volunteer

We rely on the energy, skill and passion of people like you to make life better for people with Parkinson’s and advance research toward a cure. Explore the different opportunities to get involved and complete our volunteer interest form to make a difference.

Fundraise

Moving Day Walk

Get communities moving as a Moving Day planning committee member or event day volunteer.

Create Your Own Fundraiser

Create your own unique fundraiser and collect donations using our online platform or participate in an endurance event like a marathon.

Parkinson's Revolution

Join our annual indoor cycling event as a rider or event day volunteer to raise funds and awareness for the Parkinson’s Foundation!

Matching Gifts & Workplace Giving

Maximize your volunteer impact by seeing if your employer offers volunteer grants.

Educate

Teach your peers and healthcare professionals about the Parkinson’s Foundation’s lifesaving Aware in Care hospitalization kit.

Applications for the Aware in Care Ambassadors program are currently closed.

Support educational events and seminars in your community as an event volunteer, panelist or presenter. Complete our volunteer interest form and select “Education Program Volunteer” to sign up.

Distribute Parkinson’s Foundation educational materials to help raise PD awareness. Help connect people living with Parkinson’s and local healthcare providers with valuable information and resources.

Simply fill out our Material Request Form. Once we receive your completed form, we will mail materials directly to your home.

Advocate & Advise

Find a Chapter

Contact your local chapter to learn more about additional volunteer needs in your community.

Virtual Volunteering

National Volunteer Awards

Every year we are excited to recognize the accomplishments of our remarkable volunteers who help us make life better for people with Parkinson’s. Meet our 2022 Volunteer Leadership Award recipients and find out how they are making a difference.

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