Fundraising In Northern Ireland

The work of Parkinson's UK in Northern Ireland and across the UK is funded through the generosity of donors. 

Individuals, Corporates, Community organisations and Trusts all contribute to make it possible for us to fund our world-leading research and provide vital local services.

We have a team of fundraisers in Northern Ireland who provide professional fundraising support to our donors to help them with their fundraising requests. We also organise activities such as our walks series and challenge events as well as social events throughout the year which provide fun and well organised opportunities for supporters to join us and raise funds.

We work with Trusts and grant-giving bodies across the UK to help fund vital local work in Northern Ireland and provide focused support for corporate partnerships.

We have a fundraising pack and a range of tools such as Par for Parkinson's, In Celebration and Quiz for individuals, clubs and organisations to organise their own fundraising activity.

We also encourage people to get involved in volunteering. Volunteering offers lots of opportunities to help raise awareness of the charity and make a difference. You can:

  • Fundraise in your community
  • Support events
  • Become a volunteer speaker
  • Provide admin support or
  • Use personal skills such as photography.

Find out more about volunteering.

Thousands of people are already helping us fundraise. We'd love you to join us. Find out more by contacting our regional fundraisers below.

Northern Ireland fundraisers

Emma McNeill 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0344 225 3740

Mobile: 07789 884601

Nicola McClure

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0344 225 9847

Mobile: 07580 416432

You can also reach Emma and Nicola by email: [email protected]

Northern Ireland events

Find all of our events across Northern Ireland! From walks, runs, and abseils, to research receptions - there's an event for everyone.

Fundraising across the UK

Explore our wide range of fundraising activities throughout the UK