Thursday, May 14, 2015

Why does the Tulip Represent People with Parkinson's Disease?
Did you know that the tulip became the international symbol of Parkinson’s disease in 1980 when a horticulturalist named a tulip after Dr. James Parkinson? To honor all those who have Parkinson’s disease or who are affected by it, the Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) is pleased to announce the launch of the 2015 Tulip Tribute Garden.
The Tulip Tribute Garden celebrates, honors, and remembers those affected by Parkinson’s disease while supporting PAN’s vital policy initiatives.
Would you consider making a donation of $25, $55, $70, $100, $250, $400, or more? Your gift will immediately help PAN work toward better treatments and a cure for Parkinson's disease.
For gifts of $25 or more, you will be invited to plant a virtual tulip and leave a message on the Tribute Wall. At the $70 level, you or someone you designate will be sent a lovely chocolate truffle confection. For donations of $400 or more, a beautiful bouquet of tulips will be sent to you or a loved one.
Thank you very much for your consideration.

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