Unlock Your Potential! Parkinson’s Foundation Grants Help Fund Real Change in 35 States

The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation has just granted nearly $1 million to various local programs aiming to provide support and improve the lives of those affected by PD. These 35 projects, reaching people across the United States, provide crucial health, wellness, and educational resources to those dealing with the chronic condition. With this generous funding, communities will have access to services that better equip them to confront the disease and live the best life possible.

The Parkinson’s Foundation is dedicated to making an impactful difference in the lives of people with Parkinson’s Disease, and is proudly investing in meaningful community-based grants for local leaders. These grants give the leaders the power and resources needed to address the most pressing needs in their respective communities.

With this investment, John L. Lehr, President and CEO of the Parkinson’s Foundation, is confident that it will create a lasting difference in the lives of those affected by PD.

Do you know anyone affected by Parkinson’s Disease? If so, then you may be interested to learn about the Community Grant program that can help empower and enrich the lives of those affected by PD. In the 2023 grant cycle, up to $25,000 is available to fund programs that focus on educating people with PD, delivering tailored exercise programs, and inspiring and supporting care partners.

Furthermore, grant applications that address the mental health connection to PD are particularly encouraged. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to support those impacted by PD and apply for the Community Grant Program today!

The Parkinson’s Foundation is making a generous contribution to our Get Living with Parkinson’s program in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, with the aim of helping people with Parkinson’s and their care partners to lead happier, healthier, and more fulfilled lives.

Through the grant, we can boost our efforts to provide our participants with physical, mental, emotional, and social support services that make them feel whole and connected. Thanks to the Parkinson’s Foundation, we will now be able to extend our reach and bring these life-changing benefits to an even larger community.

About the Parkinson’s Foundation

Since 1957, the Parkinson’s Foundation has been dedicated to not only improving the quality of life for those affected by Parkinson’s, but also to finding a cure. We proudly serve the global Parkinson’s community with enthusiasm, passion, and a wealth of knowledge.

To date, we have invested over $425 million towards innovative research and clinical care – a testament to our commitment to making a real, lasting impact for those living with the disease. Together, let’s keep pushing for a future free of Parkinson’s.

About Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a devastating reality for over one million Americans. It is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s, and the 14th leading cause of death in the country. Symptoms of the condition range from tremors and lack of facial expression to depression and anxiety.

Sadly, there is no known cure, and nearly 90,000 new cases are diagnosed in the U.S. each year. Not only does this life-altering condition leave sufferers robbed of many of their abilities, it also has drastic financial and emotional consequences for families and caregivers.

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