We won’t wait to stop Parkinson’s. With your support we’ll have better treatments in years, not decades.

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Donation Amount

Could fund a PhD studentship for an hour, ensuring future researchers have the skills they need to develop new and better treatments for Parkinson's.

Could fund the Parkinson's UK Brain Bank for an hour, supporting researchers in the UK and around the world in their mission to find a cure for Parkinson's.

Could fund a clinical researcher for two hours, allowing new Parkinson’s treatments to be tested and better diagnostic techniques to be developed.

Why now is the time to act

We've unlocked key discoveries that could transform lives forever.

We're pioneering a radical new approach to developing better treatments, faster.

We're bringing together the right people to join up the most impactful ideas.

"I'm thinking of future generations. I live in hope."

Why won’t you wait?

We need you to act now. Make your personalised video message to tell the world why you won't wait.

"My Parkinson’s research started with my father."

127,000 people in the uk can't wait any longer

Parkinson’s affects 1 in 500 people, along with their families.

Who do you know who’s affected? Don’t wait to help. Donate today.

Find out more

Find out more about Parkinson's and the symptoms people may have by visiting our website. You can also call our Supporter Services team for any other questions on 0800 138 6593.

Helpline

0808 800 0303

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Our helpline is here to answer any questions you may have about Parkinson's. Call us on 0808 800 0303.

Donation Amount

Could fund a PhD studentship for an hour, ensuring future researchers have the skills they need to develop new and better treatments for Parkinson's.

Could fund the Parkinson's UK Brain Bank for an hour, supporting researchers in the UK and around the world in their mission to find a cure for Parkinson's.

Could fund a clinical researcher for two hours, allowing new Parkinson’s treatments to be tested and better diagnostic techniques to be developed.