A Gift in Memory
It’s often hard to know how to commemorate a family member, friend or colleague who has passed away. Donating to Parkinson’s research in their memory is a positive and lasting way of celebrating their life, while helping to raise vital funds for Parkinson’s research. Through these generous donations, Shake It Up can continue funding ground-breaking Australian research in pursuit of a cure for Parkinson’s.
Whether you wish to set up an online tribute page, so friends and family can join in celebrating the life of a loved one, organise a group collection in lieu of flowers or just give a one off personal donation, each special gift in memory of your loved one is a gift of hope for the future.
Donate in Memory of a loved one
You can make a single or recurring gift in memory of your loved one at our donation page
This link will allow them to enter the details of the person they are making the donation in memory of and request and acknowledgement to be sent to the family.
Create an Online tribute page
You can also choose to collect donations in memory of your loved one through an online donation page. This will also allow you to share photos, videos and other memories with family and friends. Donors can leave messages of support and automatically receive a tax-deductible receipt.
To set up a page please select the “Create an Online Tribute Page” button below or if you would like us to set one up for you please contact us on 1300 361 803 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Making a gift to Parkinson’s for memorial and celebration services
If you would like friends and family to make a donation to Parkinson’s Research in lieu of flowers at the funeral of a loved one might like to request donation envelopes or flyers. Please allow 5 working days to allow for delivery times. Alternatively, you can print our Donation Slip for yourself.
Contacting us on 1300 361 803 or via email at email@example.com
Leaving a Bequest
To find out more about leaving a Bequest in your Will please call our Executive General Manager, Vicki Miller, on 1300 361 803 or visit or bequest page