Dear Friend of PDF:
Bob Benjamin loves rock and roll. But there’s one thing he is more passionate about – finding a cure for Parkinson’s disease. That is why this April, The Light of Day Foundation, which he founded to combine these passions, is matching your gifts to Parkinson’s research for up to $100,000.
Bob was a 38-year-old music executive in the mid 1990s when he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Never someone to sit on the sidelines, he rallied friends for a fundraising concert at a music club in New Jersey for his 40th birthday.
This concert grew into The Light of Day Foundation, which today hosts 35 concerts around the world, raising funds to benefit Parkinson’s research.
His story is an inspiring reminder that each of us can do something to make a difference in this fight.
Will you make a difference this April? If you do, Bob wants to double it.
That’s right, when you donate to PDF by Wednesday, April 30, The Light of Day Foundation will match your donation, dollar for dollar, for up to $100,000.
Bob once said, “I’m not the type of person who can sit idly by and let things happen. If I can do something, I do it.”
You can make a difference too. And this April, that difference will be doubled. That’s twice the impact on PDF’s mission to solve, treat and end Parkinson’s disease.
Please give your most generous gift today. Thank you!