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bridging the gap between medical care and wellness.

When Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon was founded in 1980, the principles of peer support and the power of information were key to the mission, placing the client and client needs at the center of all interactions. Over the years, this community we serve has benefited immensely by the labors of dedicated volunteers and the partnerships of clinicians, researchers and service providers along the way.

PRO serves the residents of both Oregon and southern Washington from our offices in Beaverton, Eugene and Bend. What started as a single support group in 1980 has grown and flourished as visionary volunteers and instrumental philanthropists helped set direction and strategy to provide for the needs of thousands of individuals living with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease.

We are governed by a volunteer board of directors and more than two hundred additional volunteers are active with our support groups, program planning, committee work, and office support.

Volunteer Board of Directors

Kelly Sweeney, Chair

Gregg Giboney, Treasurer

Todd Bauman, Secretary

Justin N. Smith, 2nd Vice Chair

Kristin Whitney, Vice Chair

Laurie Ayers Pino

Melody Boyce

Richard Brown

Greg Chaille

Chris Cline

David DeFiebre

Barney Hyde

Jerry Hulsman

George Lee

Joseph Quinn, MD

Richard Rosenbaum, MD

 

Mission

To empower individuals to meet the challenges of living with Parkinson’s Disease through information, education, personal support and advocacy for a cure.

Vision

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon is a leader in delivering relevant, accessible, quality programs and services to enhance the lives of individuals managing the consequences of Parkinson’s Disease.

Values

We believe that a positive and caring attitude and respect for the individual is essential in every thing we do; we strive for excellence in the programs we deliver; and we will actively collaborate with other organizations that make a positive difference in the lives of people affected by Parkinson’s disease.

Join Our Team

We are currently recruiting for two members of our program team – both based out of our Beaverton office.  If you are interested in joining the team here at PRO please click through for details.

For full consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter by email. In your cover letter, please specify which position you are interested in and tell us a little about yourself – including why you are interested in the role. Please also detail any experience managing volunteers, initiating a new program, and your experience working as part of a team. Send email to: Melissa@parkinsonsresources.org

Financial Overview

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon values every contribution, large or small. We keep a sharp eye on expenses, and work to stretch every dollar to maximize the benefit back to the community. We understand that your every dollar counts and you have choices where you invest your philanthropic resources. Under the leadership of our board of directors, PRO undergoes an independent annual review of our finances. Copies of our most recent IRS 990 filing and reviewed financial statements are available by clicking the links below. Should you have questions or require more information please contact Holly Chaimov, Executive Director.

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon is a 501(c)3 organization. Our Tax ID # is 93-0905013. Your contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

 

In the Community

See What's Happening

Parkinson’s Resources’ Executive Director, Holly Chaimov, recently participated in a round-table discussion convened by the Portland Business Journal and Cambia Health Solutions. View interviews by Holly and other local thought leaders on issues of importance to family caregivers in the special digital edition, Caregiving in Today’s Workforce.

In the Community

See what's happening

Parkinson’s Resources’ Executive Director, Holly Chaimov, recently participated in a round-table discussion convened by the Portland Business Journal and Cambia Health Solutions. View interviews by Holly and other local thought leaders on issues of importance to family caregivers in the special digital edition, Caregiving in Today’s Workforce.