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Get Involved

Please consider one of the following ways to get involved:

  • Make a donation - We accept various forms of donations and your help is much appreciated!
  • Become a partner - We have many opportunities available
  • Participate in a Bowl-a-Thon - Register a team at one or more locations throughout Maine. It's a great team-building experience!
  • Purchase tulips and other tulip products - Shipped directly from Holland, receive your Dr. James Parkinson tulip bulbs in mid-September, just in time for planting. Order by July 1st for designated orders. Orders received in July and August are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Buy a t-shirt - We have multiple styles and sizes
  • Order Clynk bags - Request a supply of bottle redemption bags for home or for work

If you have questions about how to get involved or you would like to contribute in ways other than those listed above, please feel free to:

 

  • Contact us using our contact info on the left hand side of your screen, 
  • Email us at info@maineparkinsonsociety.org,
  • Visit our Contact/Questions page to submit your questions or comments to us online, or 
  • Fill out our volunteer form below

 

Thanks for taking the time to get involved!

Volunteer

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below. As a volunteer in any capacity, you will be helping our organization achieve its mission to improve the quality of life for Maine people with Parkinson's disease.

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Maine Parkinson Society

Attn: Morgan Knox

359 Perry Road

Bangor, ME 04401

 

Phone: (207) 992-9978

Phone: (800) 832-4116

Fax: (207) 262-9908

Email:
info@maineparkinsonsociety.org

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