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MPF Bracelets

MPF Bracelets

Proudly show your support of MPF and promote Parkinson's disease awareness! To order your supply, call MPF's office at 248-433-1011 or 800-852-9781.

(1) for $3.00 or (2) for $5.00 plus shipping and handling.

The bracelets can also be purchased onsite at many of our events.

Note Cards

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For many years, people have been requesting that the Michigan Parkinson Foundation sell note cards which indicate that donations have been made to MPF.  We are pleased to announce that we now have Note Cards available with pictures painted specifically for MPF by artist Kim Martin of Cold Nose Productions.  In each package, there are four different paintings featuring tulips, the designated flower for Parkinson's.  These Note Cards are blank inside and can be used for any purpose. 

Purchase 8 cards for $10.00 or 12 cards for $15.00, $1.50 for shipping.

Click here for the pdf  MPF Note Card Order Form .

"I Have a Little Shadow " Lullaby CD

I Have a Little Shadow CDEnjoy this collection of original lullabies by yourself, with your children or your grandchildren this holiday season!

"I Have A Little Shadow" is an award-winning CD set of 16 original melodies based on the classic poems of Robert Louis Stevenson's, A Child's Garden of Verses.

CDs are $20/each. The Artists are donating $10 from the sale of each CD to the Michigan Parkinson Foundation to be used for programs and services. Steve Klaper wrote these contemporary lullabies for his daughter Caitlin, now 20, when she was three years old. The duo teamed with Michigan artist Anne Costello, who created the vibrant watercolor illustrations for the accompanying booklet. Anne's brother has Young Onset Parkinson's. Contact the MPF office to order your CD today!

Listen to samples from the CD and order online at www.littleshadow.com. Click here for the pdf  I Have a Little Shadow - Lullaby CD Order Form.

Cooking for a Cure Cookbook

Cooking for a Cure AdMake a difference to supporting the Michigan Parkinson Foundation and purchase the new cookbook "Cooking for a Cure: Extra-Ordinary Recipes from Extra-Ordinary People" by Rose Andre.  The cookbook is $25.00 plus shipping and all proceeds go to support the Michigan Parkinson Foundation. Your donation is tax deductible. Click here to view the icon Cooking for a Cure - Cookbook Ad and contact Rose Andre for questions or to place your order at (586) 263-7691.


Purchase Lorac's Parkinsons Pendant

Lorac PendantMPF and the Young Onset Parkinson's Support Group of Southeastern Michigan are to be the recipients of proceeds of the sales of a very unique pendant, available in 12k yellow gold ($280); 12k white gold ($285) or sterling silver ($110), which has been created by Carol Cummins, a young woman with PD. Please call the MPF office (248)433-1011 for her contact information.


LoracOn any given day, Carol Cummins might be knee-deep in flowers and dirt in the garden, or, stringing alabaster beads for a necklace, or, taking time with an old neighbor.

Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease in June 2007, Carol looks to the future with fierce devotion to raising awareness as she supports others who bravely cope with the daily challenges of PD. In her original design, Carol features a contemporary collection of tulips (the national symbol of PD and letters "PD" juxtaposed in a sterling silver or 14k gold setting).

By wearing this unique sign of hope, you are sharing in Carol's dream of helping others recognize the infinite potential of the human spirit.

Proceeds go to the Michigan Parkinson Foundation and MIYOPD - Michigan Young Onset Parkinson Disease support group.

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30400 Telegraph Road, Suite 150
Bingham Farms, MI 48025

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World Parkinson Coalition

Alliance of Independent Regional Parkinson Organizations