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To donate, please make your cheque, money order, or bank draft payable to World Parkinson's Program and mail it to the following address.
World Parkinson's Program, 18 Bloomsbury Street, Whitby, Ontario, Canada L1M 0H6
Bank: TD Canada Trust, 7670 Markham Rd, Markham, Ontario, Canada L3S 4S1, Branch: 12892, Account No. 12895241058 Swift Code: TDOMCAT T TOR, ABA No. 26009593
We help Parkinson's patients to get the best medical care and provide Parkinson's disease medications, walkers, canes, wheelchairs, electric tooth brushes, Parkinson's disease educational literature and other supportive services. There are millions of Parkinson's patients around the world afflicted with poverty who are not able to afford buying their medications, canes, walkers, wheelchairs and other healthcare necessities. We provide educational literature, medications, canes, walkers, wheelchairs and other healthcare necessities to such patients free of charge.
If you are a neurologist, physician or any other healthcare professional and want to provide your services to Parkinson's patients, contact us for to direct your services to benefit those who are in real need.
Parkinson's is a lifelong condition with devastating effect on the patients and their families. Through continued education and support we can not only lessen these effects but also help them to cope better with this disease. Please help us continue to assist those living with Parkinson's around the world. With your support, we can help patients and their families endure life with Parkinson's.
If you are medical professional or manage a healthcare facility in any part of the world and provide services to Parkinson’s patients, contact us to be included in the World Parkinson's Directory at email@example.com
Donate to support World Parkinson’s Program. We are striving to improve the medical care of Parkinson's patients around the world.