To deliver on our vision of a world without Parkinson’s, we need your help. We won’t give up until there’s a cure for Parkinson’s disease — treatments that can stop, slow or even reverse the progression of this insidious disease.
Clinical trials are expensive. But they are an absolute requirement to get new treatments approved, for patients to benefit. There is also an urgent need for preclinical drug development to feed the pipeline with promising therapeutic candidates.
Support comes in many forms, and we welcome all of them. One-off and regular donations can be made using the webform above for credit card payments (please note there is a 2.5% credit card fee) or directly into the Trust’s account:
Account name: Neuro Research Charitable Trust
Account number: 02-0316-0450809-000
If making a direct payment, please use the Contact Us button below to let us know so that we can thank you, receipt appropriately, and keep you informed of the impact of your donation.
If you are embarking on an endurance event or major challenge/undertaking, why not raise some charitable funds along the way? Get in touch and we can help you set that up.
If you wish to discuss bequests, please get in touch for a discrete no-obligation conversation.
All donations over $5 are tax deductible. We will provide donation receipt(s) at the appropriate time. Thank you for your support!
As a charitable trust, it is important to demonstrate impact — that the funds we raise are well spend and really do make a difference in the world. Thanks to our generous supporters, in the 10 years 2013–2022 under the banner Neuro Research Charitable Trust we have raised and committed $2.3M to agreed research conducted at the Centre for Brain Research, University of Auckland. This research has contributed (and continues to contribute) to the global understanding of Parkinson’s disease processes with ramifications for earlier diagnosis and potential therapeutics.
Many people and organisations have made this success possible. We are immensely grateful to all who have contributed to our cause, whether the amount be large or small — collectively, you are making a difference for those suffering from this awful disease.
And of course we are immensely grateful to all of those who have contributed any amount at all towards our cause — you are all making a difference for those suffering from this awful disease.