Show Your Support

TOGETHER WE CAN #UNITEFORPARKINSONS

There are so many ways to show your support and help improve the lives of people living with Parkinson’s and their families.

  • Imagine having trouble walking to your mailbox
  • Your body is stiff and you have difficulty getting out of bed or
  • You wake up one day and you’ve lost control of your voice

This can be the reality for people living with Parkinson’s

A neurological disorder that affects a person’s movement and mood.

Set up your own fundraising page

One of the simplest ways to raise awareness and gather support from family and friends to help you achieve your goal.

Every donation made is recorded on your fundraising page along with messages of support.

Share your page easily with your friends and family and post it on your social media networks to spread the word about the amazing thing you are doing  to help people living with Parkinson’s.

It’s easy to get started – click the button below to start fundraising.

SET UP YOUR FUNDRAISING PAGE

Need some help setting up your fundraising page? Click here for our fundraising FAQ’s to help you get started


Make a donation

Make a one-time donation to support the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s

MAKE A DONATION


Grow your knowledge of parkinson’s

How much do you know about Parkinson’s. Take the quiz to test your knowledge and find out an interesting fact or two


FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PARKINSON’S

These information sheets cover a wide range of important and current topics

Parkinson’s Information Sheets

 

Helping give people answers

When you’re told you or someone you love has Parkinson’s first there’s shock, then the questions.

Meet Cathy, Julie & Margi the specialist InfoLine nurses who are just a phone call away between 9am and 5pm every weekday on 1800 644 189. They listen to concerns, offer advice, send information packs and steer people towards local support such as exercise programs, allied health professionals such as speech pathologists.

“People can be upset, frightened. We don’t make light of it – yes, Parkinson’s is a terrible diagnosis to be hit with, but it’s not the end of the world, things can be done, positive things. If someone is devastated and distressed, normally by the end of the conversation with us, they’re not as frightened. They feel more on top of things.”

You too can help to improve the lives of people with Parkinson’s and their families by hosting your own event, starting a fundraising page or making a donation this World Parkinson’s Day.

By donating today you are helping us continue the Parkinson’s NSW InfoLine. This service costs around $5000 per week. This is a highly utilised and loved service that receives no government funding and is only able to continue thanks to the generosity of the community and people like you.

TOGETHER WE CAN #UNITEFORPARKINSONS

HELP GIVE PEOPLE ANSWERS

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