Amp is PFNCA’s mascot. He travels all throughout the region to share information to help those facing Parkinson’s live well. He highlights the importance of exercise, speaking louder and learning.
The Parkinson Foundation of the National Capital Area (PFNCA) is a leading independent non-profit organization providing programs and services to improve the quality of life of people facing Parkinson’s. Our programs build and foster community so no one facing Parkinson’s has to do so alone. PFNCA serves more than 2,500 people each year with various programs relating to exercise, communications and education.
To learn more about the powerful information shared via symbols on Amp’s jersey, please click here.
Join the Amp Fan Club to show your support for those facing Parkinson’s Disease. You will receive updates on how to live well with PD, information about Amp appearances and more. You can even make a donation and receive fun Amp items such as autographed photos and Walk Off Parkinson’s mini bats — which also make great gifts.
To see Amp’s baseball card, please click here.
To print out a coloring page showing Amp for young children, please click here.
If you have an idea for a program that Amp should attend to raise awareness of Parkinson’s in your community, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.