Thursday, April 17, 2014

What Month Is It?
The United States Senate declared April "Parkinson's Awareness Month." By doing so, our elected officials have helped us bring more awareness to a disease that affects between 500,000 and 1.5 million people.
Additionally, April is also the kick-off for PAN's annual fundraising and awareness effort, the Tulip Tribute Garden. Since our launch of this year's Tulip Tribute Garden two weeks ago, many people have honored or remembered their moms, dads, daughters, sons, relatives, and friends who have been affected by Parkinson's disease. You can read their inspiring messages on the Tulip Tribute Garden Wall by clicking here.
You too can be part of this outreach effort. Click here to make a gift of $25, and you can leave a message in honor of or in memory of a loved one on the Tulip Tribute Garden Wall. With a contribution of $60, we will send you or a loved one a tulip-inspired truffle confection. If you donate $250, you will be sent a beautiful bouquet of fresh tulips.
Send your loved one a message of hope, a chocolate truffle gift, or a bouquet of fresh tulips today!
Thank you again for your support. Please be as generous as you can by making a donation of $25, $60, $75, $100, $250, $500, $1,000, or more.Note: Administrative Professional's Day is April 23rd – order your chocolates or tulips by April 18th for the administrative professional in your life.

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