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Becoming an EPDA member

The EPDA has two types of membership: full (voting) and associate (non-voting).

  • Full or ‘active’ members are Parkinson’s disease organisations based in Europe (or in countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea) that are legally constituted according to the laws and practices of their countries of origin.

  • Associate members may be physical persons or legal entities from any country, legally constituted according to the laws and practices of their countries of origin.

To apply to become an EPDA member, email your request (including your organisation registration number and a copy of your organisation’s statutes, translated in English) to info@epda.eu.com. The EPDA Board and Legal Adviser will then review the statutes to ensure they meet EPDA requirements.

Membership approval will be notified by email, after which the new member organisation will be requested to complete a membership form and pay a membership fee (see links below). New members will be ratified at the EPDA’s annual General Assembly.



Fees for full (voting) membership

The EPDA member fee structure has not changed since January 2006 and only relates to full (voting) members. Associate membership is free.

The fees below are based on the number of members each organisation has to ensure transparency and fairness.

Membership fee bandings

Number of members Fee (€UR)
0-500 250
501-2,000 498
2,001-6,000 1,012
6,001-10,000 1,265
more than 10,000 3,000

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EPDA Membership Form
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EPDA badges

 

As a member of the EPDA, all organisations may receive up to 100 EPDA badges free of charge so that these can be used at World Parkinson's Disease Day and European Parkinson's Action Day (11 April) events.

Badges will be delivered to the above address unless directed otherwise.

You will be invoiced for reimbursement of postage.