Thank you for making an extraordinary difference to people living with Parkinson’s.

However you choose to Pitch In, you will be helping Parkinson’s NSW to continue to provide life-changing services to thousands of people living with Parkinson’s across New South Wales.

Fundraising online is a as easy as 1,2,3

  1. Set up your fundraising page by clicking the Start Fundraising button
  2. Personalise your page with your story and upload a photo
  3. Share your page and story with friends and family via your social media accounts and email.

If you wanting to do some off-line fundraising please fill out the registration form found here and we will set you up with an Authority to Fundraise so can ask for donations in the real world.

How your fundraising will help

Less than 10 percent of Parkinson’s NSW funding comes from government grants.

The generosity of people like you enables Parkinson’s NSW to continue delivering services and support for people living with Parkinson’s.

Your fundraising will help to support: 

  • More than 6,000 people per year who phone the experienced Registered Nurses who staff the InfoLine
  • Specialist counselling services
  • Over 70 support groups across NSW who inform, educate, provide peer support and create social opportunities for people living with Parkinson’s.
  • Education seminars for people living Parkinson’s, GP’s, Allied Health practitioners and aged care support staff.
  • Highly trained Parkinson’s Neurological Nurses placed in regional communities
  • Annual grants awarded for research projects seeking new and improved treatments for people living with Parkinson’s. 

Check out the other Pitch In for Parkinson's links here:  

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Parkinson's NSW

Parkinson’s is the second most common neurological condition in the world. It is more prevalent than many common cancers, including breast and prostate cancer.

It is a progressive, degenerative condition of the central nervous system. Nerve cell damage in the brain causes dopamine levels to drop, leading to the symptoms of Parkinson's.

These include tremors, slow movement, stiffness and loss of balance. Also fatigue, apathy, depression, disturbed sleep, loss of sense of smell, and issues with speech and swallowing. As yet there is no cure.

Parkinson’s NSW is a for-purpose organisation striving to make life better for people living with Parkinson’s, their families and carers.

It provides essential services such as counselling, Support Groups, an InfoLine supported by Registered Nurses, education, and fundraising for research. Its mission is to improve the quality of life of people affected by Parkinson’s, while advancing towards a cure.

Make free call to the Parkinson’s NSW InfoLine for more information and support: 1800 644 189

Parkinson’s NSW Limited ABN 93 023 603 545 ACN 622 455 985.

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