Civitan International
Civitan International
I AM CIVITAN AND I BELIEVE IN OUR MISSION. Parkinson’s Disease plagues more than one million people in the United States alone. A study going on at the Civitan International Research Center in the lab of Dr. Matthew Goldberg is looking at a deficiency in the PINK1 gene and how drugs could re-activate it, leading to possible prevention of Parkinson’s and similar neurodegenerative diseases.
Civitan International
Civitan International
How It Started: A membership vote in 1989 at the Civitan International Convention in Chicago promised $20 million to start and support the Civitan International Research Center.

How It’s Going: Pledge fulfilled! More than 100 scientists at the CIRC are working on better treatments and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those with other brain conditions.
Civitan International
Civitan International
Today is a special day in Civitan history, Founder's Day. We celebrate the strong leaders who started this organization during another challenging time in history. Over 100 years later, our clubs are still a beacon of light in communities all over the world. Celebrate today by supporting the Civitan Light the Way program at https://civitan.org/light-the-way-donate/ and help ensure the future of our organization.
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Civitan International
Civitan International
I AM CIVITAN AND I BELIEVE IN OUR MISSION. Parkinson’s Disease plagues more than one million people in the United States alone. A study going on at the Civitan International Research Center in the lab of Dr. Matthew Goldberg is looking at a deficiency in the PINK1 gene and how drugs could re-activate it, leading to possible prevention of Parkinson’s and similar neurodegenerative diseases.
Civitan International
Civitan International
How It Started: A membership vote in 1989 at the Civitan International Convention in Chicago promised $20 million to start and support the Civitan International Research Center.

How It’s Going: Pledge fulfilled! More than 100 scientists at the CIRC are working on better treatments and services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and those with other brain conditions.
Civitan International
Civitan International
Today is a special day in Civitan history, Founder's Day. We celebrate the strong leaders who started this organization during another challenging time in history. Over 100 years later, our clubs are still a beacon of light in communities all over the world. Celebrate today by supporting the Civitan Light the Way program at https://civitan.org/light-the-way-donate/ and help ensure the future of our organization.
Civitan International
Civitan International
Join us in celebrating an incredible legacy of 100 years of Service, Knowledge, and Fellowship of the Baltimore Civitan Club!
Civitan International
Civitan International
Thank you to everyone who took part in #GivingTuesday! We had our best turnout to date and raised a grand total of $47,030 that will be donated to the Translational Autism Core at the Civitan International Research Center. You are all #championsofservice! #civitan
Civitan International
Civitan International
We are Champions of Service across the globe - including in India, where three new clubs just held their charter ceremonies. Welcome to the Civitan Family! Pictured here is the Dr. Kalam Civitan Club in Trivandrum, Kivala.