The end of the financial year is upon us, so if you’re thinking about making a tax deductible donation, now is the time.
Parkinson’s Queensland receives limited government funding and relies heavily on the support of generous individual, community and corporate donors to ensure we can continue to provide much needed support.
Brisbane’s biggest fun run is our opportunity to promote the benefits of walking for people affected by Parkinson’s.
Your fundraising efforts will help us continue providing important support and information to people living with Parkinson’s, their carers and their loved ones.
Join us on Sunday the 15th of October 2023, where you can enjoy running or walking either the 4.5km or 10km course.
Our team will help you reach your fundraising goals, with a free reward once you’ve raised a certain amount. Help us make a positive impact for people living with Parkinson’s today.
Get your own Parkinson’s Grab Bag to have all your Parkinson’s information with you in an emergency, when you go into hospital or when on holiday.
Record your information into the ‘My Journey with Parkinson’s Disease’ booklet to ensure people can very quickly get up to speed with your Parkinson’s. A checklist helps you easily pack quickly. Also included is a rubber wristband that says ‘I have Parkinson’s’ and ‘Medications on time, every time’.
The new Play for Purpose Raffle gives you the chance to go on that roundtrip that you’ve been dreaming about. You could win a Volkswagen Crafter Kampervan, valued at over $144,000 and over $100K in cashable gold that you could either invest it, save it or cash it in and spend up!
The raffle closes at 8PM on Thursday 15th of June 2023, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to transform your travels.
Support Parkinson’s Queensland with a $10 ticket today!
SafeMate provides instant access to your essential health details with the scan of your very own personal QR code.
Queensland Ambulance Service paramedics are trained to look for your SafeMate, which you’ll have on an ID code or sticker.
Become an Entertainment Member and access discounts on dining, shopping and travel.
20% of every Entertainment Membership goes directly to the Parkinson’s community.
An Advance Care Plan with Touchstone LifeCare offers you and your loved ones peace of mind that your end-of-life healthcare choices are clear to your doctors and medical professionals.
What makes TLC’s Advance Care Plans different from others is that they take you through a guided conversation format with an easy to complete questionnaire. The key benefits is that it is easy to use, you can update it anytime easily and, since it is digitally documented, you can trust the most up-todate version will be automatically shared with your trusted contacts, and instantly retrievable when it matters most.
Reduce any stress and conflict between your family and loved ones by making your wishes for care known.
Brian Hall’s symptoms of Parkinson’s disease started at age 14. This was the beginning of a very long and frustrating medical journey.
For years, the uncertainty of Brian’s condition left him with a great deal of fear and doubt about his physical future. Then, in 2013 almost 20 years later he got a bicycle, and his entire world changed.
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