Grants for Parkinson’s Community Programming
The American Parkinson Disease Association Massachusetts Chapter funds a variety of community programs that are making a difference in the lives of those living with Parkinson Disease. Our program’s goal is to increase the access to and affordability of Wellness programs, Support Groups and Educational initiatives for people with Parkinson Disease within Massachusetts. These programs may be created by either organizations or individuals. Past grant program recipients include:
- Rock Steady Boxing – multiple locations
- Smile Through Art Workshops – multiple locations
- Dance for Healthy Aging with Parkinson’s Disease
- Yoga classes — multiple locations
- Parkinson’s Cycle
- Choirs — multiple locations
- PD Communication and Swallowing Wellness Group
Please note that any wellness or exercise program must have at least one certified fitness instructor, physical therapist, yogi, or other accredited fitness professional present at every meeting in order to be considered for funding.
Community Grant applications are accepted two times per year and funds are not retroactive, so please plan accordingly. Grant applications for the coming year will be due:
January 18, 2022
July 29, 2022
If you are a Rock Steady Boxing Program Coordinator considering applying for a grant, please read our Rock Steady Boxing Grant Requirements to confirm that you can follow our guidelines prior to applying.
For all current grant recipients, you can also download our Communication Guidelines for marketing expectations.
*Please Note: The APDA Massachusetts Chapter also offers Patient Aid Scholarships for individuals with Parkinson’s. Please contact the APDA MA at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 651-8466 for more information.*
All program questions should be directed to (800) 651-8466 or email@example.com. Completed applications can be returned to:
APDA MA Chapter
85 East Concord Street, Ground Floor
Boston, MA 02118
Fax: (617) 638-7758
You can find lists of previous community grant recipients here: