How can you help to #EndParkinsons?
Take advantage of PDF's resources, including a free toolkit, a free social media badge, free posters available in English and Spanish, free tree ribbons, as well as awareness tools for purchase, including the official Parkinson's Awareness T-Shirt.
(Credit: image at right: Kirb Kirby).
- Online Tools
- Posters and Flyers
- Template Documents
- Free Educational Materials
- Gear: T-shirts, Wristbands and More
This toolkit provides tips and tricks for raising awareness. Find ways to reach local media. Learn about fundraising. Browse tips for involving public officials, such as your local mayor.
Make a difference on Facebook Twitter, your website or blog with PDF's free social media images and banners.
These posters feature the beautiful awareness tulip designed by Karen Painter, a person living with Parkinson's. Post them on bulletin boards at your library, church or community center!
Awareness Month Flyers
These flyers feature individuals who make a difference in the Parkinson's community. Post them on bulletin boards at your library, church or community center!
Sample Letter to the Editor
Sample Press Release
Sample Event Listing
Sample Public Service Announcement (PSA)
Sample Proclamation (for Public Officials)
Sample Fundraising Letter
PDF offers a variety of educational publications and programs for people with Parkinson’s, their caregivers and families and allied health professionals. These materials can help answer questions about Parkinson’s disease symptoms, medications, medical care, exercise and nutrition, among other issues.
You can download all materials by visiting our educational publictions page. You can also order most of these materials online free of charge, for yourself or, in bulk for your practice, hospital or support group.
Wear the t-shirt designed by the winner of the PD Awareness Month T-Shirt Design Contest. Order "Fight Parkinson's Now" wristbands. Place a sticker on every piece of mail you send out!
Use these decorative tools to help raise awareness in your community or visit the PDF Shop to help the Parkinson's cause while you shop.