How You Can Help
The mission of Parkinson Research Foundation is to help those that can’t help themselves and give back to the community. PRF supports countless activities annually, from educational seminars and conferences to charity walks and other fundraising events. It takes a lot of help to make these things happen. You can help with your time, money and participation.
It’s never too late or early to become a sponsor. As a sponsor, you can have an immediate impact on the success of the foundation’s mission by providing the resources necessary to produce PRF’s countless activities. Your support will assist with everything from T-shirts and water bottles to advertising and promoting.
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PRF needs help with a variety of things. As a volunteer, you are extremely important to the success of the foundation’s mission. You can assist in a variety of ways, including passing out water, labeling and stamping envelopes, working at a charity event, and participating as a host or hostess for an educational seminar by guiding people to their seats.
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One of the most enjoyable ways you can help is to participate in one of PRF’s activities. Put on your walking shoes and go for a leisurely stroll or attend an educational conference or a cruise. And the best part about it is that it’s for a good cause. Not only will you do something that will help you feel good, but you will also do something that will help you feel good about yourself.
If you would like to take part in one of PRF’s activities, call (941) 870-4438.More Info
You can also help by making a monetary donation. The Parkinson Research Foundation is a tax-exempt nonprofit whose mission is to help all those people affected by Parkinson’s disease. To fulfill this mission, PRF funds research, publishes scientific findings, and provides funding for information and other services to people with Parkinson’s, their families, health care professionals and the public. The foundation is also actively involved in advocating for scientific research and for the rights of people with Parkinson’s disease. The Parkinson Research Foundation will only share personal information once the donor has given the charity specific permission to do so.http://blog.kamens.us/2013/12/19/update-on-the-macular-degeneration-association/