Parkinson’s Cure Research Funding Inc. (“PCRF”) was founded in November 2010 as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to raising money for Parkinson’s disease research and patient support. The corporation’s main fundraising event is an annual golf tournament held in April at the Lake Ashton community in Winter Haven and Lake Wales, Florida. Read more about the golf tournament.
In 2023, the nonprofit opened a Pennsylvania chapter where Bob's daughter Kate and her husband, Matthew run their event - Shaken Not Stirred - that benefits The Michael J. Fox Foundation. The Florida chapter was closed and PCRF is now run out of York, Pa.
The Harmon Family
The Harmon family has been involved in the quest for a cure since Bob's diagnosis in 2004.
For 11 years, Bob ran Golf For the Cure for Parkinson's, a golf tournament out of their Lake Ashton Community. In its final year 2021, the Harmons surpassed Bob's goal of raising half a million dollars for The Michael J Fox Foundation.
All of the Harmons have been involved in trials for a cure, including Cecily's participation in PPMI - which resulted in a landmark discovery in 2023. This study could change everything.
Bob and Cecily focus more on caregiving and support, while their children Emily, Kate, and her husband, Matthew, continue to raise funds for Team Fox. They won't stop until there's a cure.
Read more as the family spoke to the Foundation in 2023 during National Caregiver Month.
How to help
Contact Kate Harmon:
or send mail:
c/o PCRF Inc.
119 E Philadelphia St.
York, PA 17401
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