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Support PDF: Make a Gift Today for 2011 Tax Deduction

In 2011, with your help, PDF funded $5.5 million in scientific research in the search for a cure for Parkinson's. In 2012, help us continue to support the highest caliber of scientific research that will improve the lives and futures of people touched by Parkinson’s.

To ensure that you receive your 2011 tax deduction, donate today.

Please remember that PDF is committed to using your dollars responsibly and efficiently and is proud to be recognized for these efforts:

  • Again this year, Charity Navigator awarded PDF four stars — its highest rating — for our sound fiscal management.
  • The BBB Wise Giving Alliance recognized that PDF meets all 20 standards for charity accountability.
  • The American Institute of Philanthropy rated PDF a top charity with a grade of A.

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