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Support APDA by Shopping Online

Support APDA through Amazon Smile

When you shop at AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to American Parkinson Disease Association!

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Stay Safe With ICE ID

ICE ID – a custom, laser-engraved medical identification bracelet that easily and simply communicates vital health and emergency contact information to first responders in case of emergency. Get $5 off your order with promo code ‘APDA’, and ICE ID will also donate $5 from each sale to support our vital work. Shop at and be sure to use special code ‘APDA’. Your purchase will help keep you safe and also help us provide more programs and services to the PD community. (ICE ID bracelets are not just for people with PD, and they make a thoughtful gift for friends/family.)

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Donate Your Vehicle

By donating your car to the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), you can improve quality of life for families, caregivers, and all those impacted by the disease.

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Favorite us on Ebay

Favorite us on eBay

Shop or sell and support American Parkinson Disease Assoc on eBay. Add us as your Favorite charity on eBay to see us as your preferred charity in eBay checkout. You will also be able to easily donate a portion of your proceeds to us when you sell on eBay AND get some of your seller fees waived and receive the tax credits. The eBay for Charity platform makes it all happen! Visit our charity page today and be part of a growing eBay community that has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to thousands of charities.

Buy Both Sides Now: A Journey from Researcher to Patient

In Both Sides Now: A Journey from Researcher to Patient, Dr. Alice Lazzarini realizes the unthinkable – she is developing symptoms of the very disease she spent years researching: Parkinson’s.

This inspiring memoir will make you laugh, cry and cheer as Dr. Lazzarini embarks on a journey of self-discovery, and experiences the race toward the development of new treatments with an additional sense of urgency.