At The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, we want donors to know how we’re using their contributions to help speed a cure for Parkinson’s disease.
As you know, the Foundation has awarded over $350 million in grants so far toward a single audacious goal: curing Parkinson’s disease in our lifetime. We’re proud that 88 cents of every dollar we spend goes straight to high-impact research programs. And because we believe that donor-raised capital should push forward research today, we deliberately hold no endowment or excessive financial reserves.
We invite you to read our 2012 Annual Report for 2012 research highlights, donor listing and audited financial statements. As always, explore our Web site to learn more about the impact we’re making on the pursuit of a Parkinson’s cure — and how you can get involved today.