Parkinson's Disease is the 2nd Most Common Neurodegenerative Disorder in the United States

Parkinson’s Resources of Oregon (PRO)

Our Team Members Serve

Volunteers Who Support our Programs

Dollars Raised by Supporters Last Year

was founded in 1980 and is governed by a 15 member volunteer board of directors.

the residents of both Oregon and southern Washington.

include more than two hundred individuals in roles from direct service to leadership.

$1,268,000 raised through signature events and individual contributions.




$52 billion

Oregonians are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease each year.

people live with Parkinson’s in the state of Oregon.

of people with Parkinson’s Disease are diagnosed before age 50.

is the annual economic burden of Parkinson’s Disease in the United State alone.

Media Requests

Our team loves working with journalists to share compelling, unique stories. If you’re a member of the media and would like to talk, please get in touch with us. Our main office is in Beaverton, and we also have satellite offices serving the Eugene and Bend areas.

All media inquiries should be directed to Holly Chaimov, Executive Director by phone at 503-594-0901 or by email.

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