The Butterfly Project
Our grandfather was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2012. What started as a simple tremor in his hand evolved to make even the simplest of everyday tasks a huge challenge for him.
In 2015, we started crafting butterfly tokens to raise awareness for Parkinson’s Disease. The butterflies are symbols of hope, inspired by Muhammad Ali’s quote, “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”.
On August 12, 2022, our grandfather passed away. In his memory, we are continuing to raise funds in support of the Parkinson Research Consortium at the Ottawa Hospital – a team of clinicians and researchers dedicated to the quest for a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. In his honour, “The Francis Mathew Memorial Fellowship” will continue to support the next generation of researchers at the PRC.
Tax-deductible donations can be made to The MapleWishes Foundation Fund.
CGFCF Charitable Registration # 89671 3500 RR0001.
100% of all donations goes towards supporting The Butterfly Project. No portion of your donation will be used to cover fundraising or administrative costs.
Here is a link to our easydonate website:
You can also make a donation via cheque.
Please make payable to “Gift Funds Canada” and be sure to add “MapleWishes” in the memo line.
You can post your cheque to:
The MapleWishes Foundation
411 Mackay Street, Unit 322
This is a cause that is very near and dear to our hearts, so we thank you for helping us reach our goal.
Rowan, Avery, Samara, Sean & Sasha