Lisa’s Little Critters on Etsy – Lisa Carver, whose husband Keith is affected with FTD, has opened a store on Etsy, selling crocheted hats. She will donate $1 from each hat sold to AFTD.
Business Donations to AFTD
Jesiii on Etsy – Jesi Rodgers, whose mother is affected with FTD, has designed a high quality art print on wooden paper. She will donate 50% of the proceeds from the sales to AFTD. Her piece is entitled “Remember to Love” and features a playful elephant, hearts and flowers.
Rosemary Grove - AFTD and Rosemary Grove, an online retailer in Kirkwood, MO, have teamed up to do some good all around! For every purchase you make from Rosemary Grove, 10% will be given to AFTD. And, you’ll be supporting fair trade artisans from around the world.
The Connecticut Frontotemporal Dementia Foundation – The Harvey family of Connecticut created a foundation to raise money for FTD research in memory of their father and husband, Kevin. They are selling beads for charm bracelets with “Harvey’s Hugs” on them; 50% of their sales will benefit AFTD.
Help Support AFTD with Jewelry Purchase: The gorjana and griffin Frontotemporal Degeneration Association Bracelet has been designed especially for the Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration. Fifty percent of proceeds are donated to help fund research to find cures for frontotemporal degeneration. Click here for more information or to purchase.