We want our legacy to be a world without Parkinson’s

A gift in your Will could make this happen.

Parkinson’s is a neurological disorder affecting around 127,000 people in the UK alone and yet symptoms are still treated with the same group of drugs we have had for 50 years. There is currently no approved treatment which can even slow down, let alone reverse or cure the condition.

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust (CPT) was set up in 2005 by four people living with the condition. It has one bold aim – to cure Parkinson’s. CPT funds innovative projects and inspirational scientists; we are dedicated to beating Parkinson’s through research, specifically driving towards treatments that can slow, stop or reverse Parkinson’s within five years.

Leaving a gift in your Will to The Cure Parkinson’s Trust will help us to plan for the future, funding ground-breaking research and making an impact on the lives of those living with this debilitating condition.

A legacy need not be in the form of money. Stocks and shares, works of art or other assets such as property are all of significant value to us. Whichever way you choose to leave us a bequest, you will know that you are making a real difference to the future of those living with Parkinson’s.

What do you need to do?

To leave a gift in your Will, you simply need to include details of the donation in your Will. This can be done by writing a Will, by making an amendment or ‘codicil’ to an existing Will or by setting up a Trust.

You will need to have our charity name and number for your Will.
Full charity name: The Cure Parkinson's Trust.
Registered Charity Number: 1111816 (England & Wales) and SCO44368 (Scotland)