August 14 - 17
Thank you for golfing with us this weekend! Our Virtual Kirk Gibson Golf Classic Auction is still open until Wednesday, August 19th 8pm ET
TOGETHER WE CAN ACHIEVE MORE
Your donations help fund research to fight Parkinson’s Disease and programs, like Big & Loud, that benefit Parkinson’s patients. Our work is powered by the generosity of our donors, and it is through that generosity that we can create meaningful change.
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Help us in our mission to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. By joining Team23™ you’ll help us create awareness and understanding through collaboration and teamwork.
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One thing is clear–I know I cannot do this alone. My vision and mission is spreading awareness using the Kirk Gibson Foundation so that all private and public Parkinson’s research organizations, doctors, and hospitals can come together as a team to collaborate with one another to achieve our ultimate goal – Helping people deal with Parkinson’s while finding a cure.
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success through collaboration
After being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2015, Kirk expanded the mission of the foundation to raise awareness and funding for Parkinson’s Research. By promoting collaboration, cooperation and teamwork the Kirk Gibson Foundation strives to impress the significance of this to patients, caregivers, neurologists, therapists, researchers, scientists, family, and friends.
One of the primary goals of the Foundation is to create awareness and understanding about Parkinson’s disease. Unfortunately, too many individuals are in denial about the disease or fear there is a stigma associated with it and delay seeking medical help. Early diagnosis and treatment can provide years that are virtually symptom-free.