For over 14 years, Elizabeth Bacher has served Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation and the Parkinson’s community by being a Director on our Board. In the coming weeks Elizabeth will be stepping away from this position and we just wanted to take a moment to say Thank You!
Governor Booth Gardner suggested Elizabeth volunteer for NW Parkinson’s which she happily did. She later became a Board Director and set up the Mel Bacher Family Fund in memory of her father. Elizabeth has served NWPF in a variety of roles and has been a pillar of our foundation.
Elizabeth, thank you for your commitment and service to Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation and we wish you all the best. You will always be a part of the NW Parkinson’s family!
Collaborating with the Foundation is full of excitement and purpose. It’s incredible to see our local organization in action to foster a sense of connection and hope for people with Parkinson’s across multiple states.
Thanks again for all you do for so many of us who are on an uncertain journey without much of a roadmap. Your care and expertise create essential guideposts along with all of your colleagues you invite to participate.
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Volunteers are essential to our work. When you become a member of the Northwest Parkinson’s team, your time and effort support free programs and services that deliver access to specialty care; distribute free educational resources; host community events; raise awareness; and develop self-advocacy and system navigation tools. There’s a place for everyone here: we look forward to working with you!