Your ongoing support is vital for us to continue to assist the lives of the 17,000 people with Parkinson’s in Queensland. Without donations from the community, our message will not reach all of the corners of our State.
Every dollar counts towards our mission to provide communities that are responsive to the needs of people with Parkinson’s. Your donation funds our ongoing research, our support and referral services, publications and fact sheets, our library and resource centre, forums and seminars for people with Parkinson’s and health professionals, and provides our free call number, just to name a few. To ensure we can continue our work, significant, ongoing funds are required and donations are greatly appreciated. Membership fees are modest and need to be supplemented, so we rely heavily on the generosity of people from all walks of life.
Donations $2 and over are tax deductible, so a person on a high marginal tax rate effectively pays about half of the face value of the donation. Parkinson’s Queensland Inc. is a Registered Charity (No. 998).
Donations of any size are most welcome and our ability to provide services and to underwrite research have been underpinned by generous donations from members, carers, their friends, charitable foundations and philanthropists generally.
Please give generously in support of all people affected by Parkinson’s. You never know how many lives you can change with your thoughtful donation.
Donate online by clicking the Paypal button below:
You can select any amount to donate on the next page. Paypal also makes available payment from your bank account.
Thank You for your support; a tax deductible receipt will be presented for printing on completion of your donation.
The receipt will also be emailed to the email address you provide. This is a safe and easy way to support Parkinson’s Queensland Inc.
Alternatively, you can contact us directly to make your donation. You can also use your credit card to make a donation via the telephone, please call 3209 1588 or 1800 644 189 from Queensland.