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At Parkinson Place we rely on donations from people like you to help make research and services available to the millions here in the US and abroad. We like to make it easy for you to donate.

 

Your gracious donation will be used to:

 

  • Fund research
  • Publish scientific findings
  • Advocate for the rights of people with Parkinson’s
  • Promote Parkinson awareness by means of local and national outreach
  • Fund educational conferences
  • Provide funding for Parkinson Place an 9,000 sq. ft.  multidisciplinary care center in Sarasota, FL that offers over 50 free programs per month on site and video podcasts for the homebound.

To Speak to Donor Services , Simply Call 941-870-4389.

Make a Donation to Support Parkinson Place through the Parkinson Research Foundation

Mail:

Send your check or money order payable to:

 

Parkinson Research Foundation

5969 Cattleridge Blvd., Suite 100

Sarasota, FL 34232

 

Your donation is deductible the day you write the check.

 

Online:

Make your donation with our online giving partner Network for Good.

Other Ways To Give

Workplace Giving

Ask for a Payroll Deduction

Payroll deduction is one of the easiest ways to support Parkinson Research Foundation or Parkinson Place. Simply ask your human resources department to automatically deduct funds from your paycheck on a one-time basis or recurring each pay period.

Launch a Giving Campaign

Want to get your employees fired up about donating to Parkinson Place or the Parkinson Research Foundation? Launch a workplace giving campaign!

Ask about Matching Gifts

Your company might match your gift! Many employers double, even triple charitable donations. Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses.

Give Stocks Instead

Put Away Your Checkbook and Donate Appreciated Securities Instead.

By Sandra Block, (Kiplinger Newsletter)
’Tis the season to share your bounty with the less fortunate or to support your favorite cause. If you’re in a charitable mood, consider donating appreciated securities –stocks or mutual funds — instead of cash. When you give $1,000 in cash, you get to deduct $1,000, and that saves you $250 in the 25% bracket. (Any state-income-tax savings are gravy.)

Giving appreciated securities sounds like a maneuver for the wealthy, but it can pay off for philanthropists of more modest means, too. The charity you plan to help should be more than willing to fill in the details. Time is running out, though, and it will take a little longer than writing a check. The transfer of ownership has to be completed by December 31 to lock in the deduction for your tax return.

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