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Policy and advocacy volunteers at The Michael J. Fox Foundation represent the Parkinson's patient voice on Capitol Hill. Their efforts are critical to educating elected representatives and the public about the needs of patients, families and caregivers.
Nearly 140 trained policy and advocacy volunteers across the country work year-round to build relationships with members of Congress, both in Washington, D.C., and in their home districts.
Click on a state below to learn about the local volunteers working to shape Parkinson's policy.
Learn about the Foundation's work to advance public policies that support the Parkinson's community.