Transparency and your Board of Trustees
Over the next few months we plan to share who we are and what we’re doing for the charity. We hope you’ll get to know us better and we’ll know more about you.
Congratulations to our volunteer award winners
we announce the winners of our first volunteer awards
8 remarkable things we achieved together in 2019, and recent years
2019 was another exciting year of progress. Here are 8 of the highlights, and 8 ways you can still get involved.
The Parkinson’s Choir Christmas single
The Horsham and District local group is attempting to achieve big things with their 2019 single, ‘This Christmas Time’.
Trustees' Week 2019: thank you to our trustees
This week is Trustees’ Week, an annual event to showcase the great work trustees do for charities up and down the UK.
Revolutionary research advocate Ken Bowler dies aged 76
The Parkinson’s community in Scotland, and beyond, has lost one of its giants with the passing of Professor Ken Bowler. Ken revolutionised the relationship between researchers and people living with Parkinson’s.
How you’ve shaped our new strategy
Together, we’ve been working on our 2020 to 2024 strategy. Scaling up our previous successes, it’s more ambitious than ever. Because you’ve told us it has to be.
5 things to look out for at our UK Members' Day and AGM
Our Members' Day and Annual General Meeting (AGM) is just around the corner. Here are 5 things to watch out for.
Our new chair of the Board of Trustees
Mark Goodridge will retire as chair in October, and Gary Shaughnessy has been elected as his successor
Shaping the volunteer awards
Our values shape the new volunteer awards, so we take a look at some of the volunteers showcasing them.