With social distancing requirements possibly continuing for some time, we're holding a virtual AGM at 10am on Saturday 24 October 2020.
During the AGM you'll hear from the Chair about the charity’s work and impact over the last 18 months, as well as the board’s ambitions for the charity’s future.
And you'll have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session with the Chair, trustees, CEO and members of the Executive Leadership Team.
Registration for the AGM has now closed.
You should have received your AGM notice by 9 September, either in the post or by email (documents 1-3 below). If you have not received your AGM notice please contact [email protected].
- Notice and agenda
- Explanatory notes
- FAQ re virtual AGM
- Parkinson's UK Annual Report and Accounts 2020 (ref PKAR0020)
- People Committee Report to Members August 2020 (ref PKPC2020)
- Minutes of the AGM 2019 (ref PKMINS19)
Request a hard copy of documents 4-6 by calling 0844 415 7863, email [email protected] or write to Parkinson’s UK, PO Box 637, Wetherby Road, York, YO26 7NH (quoting the reference code).
We have taken the decision to split the Members’ Day from the AGM this year. We know from experience that lengthy online meetings are not ideal.
For this reason, we're running a series of virtual members’ days, designed in collaboration with members, representing the diversity of our communities. There will be standard items, common to all, which demonstrate the charity’s research strategy and plans, alongside items that showcase the inspirational efforts of our members.
The Members’ Days will be held on Saturday 3 October, Tuesday 6 October, Thursday 8 October, and on the afternoon of the AGM on Saturday 24 October. Registration for the Members' Days has now closed.
Share your experiences of membership
Ahead of the members' days and AGM, we have a feedback survey that aims to capture your experiences of membership, as well as understanding a bit more about how you engage with Parkinson’s charities in general.
It should take around 10-15 minutes to complete, and your feedback will help us improve our membership offer to the Parkinson’s community.
Our 2020 to 2024 strategy
Our current 5-year strategy drew to a close at the end of 2019. Guided by the Parkinson’s community, we’ve shaped our new strategy, running from 2020 to 2024.