Business Donations to AFTD

Jesiiii on Etsy

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 – Fair Trade

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.

Harvey’s Hugs – Bead Sales

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.

Bill’s Best BBQ Raises Money for AFTD

Bill’s Best BBQ - Diane Fehon is co-owner of the company selling a homemade BBQ sauce created by Bill Fehon (now affected with FTD), will donate 10% of all sales to AFTD! It’s organic, sold on Amazon.com and at several other locations, and will soon be in Whole Foods!

To Tame a Wildflower

To Tame a Wildflower – Laura Lytle has created FTD t-shirts that she sells on her website.  A portion of each FTD t-shirt sold will be donated to AFTD.  Simply scroll through to the page with the “Pray for the Cure 2″ FTD shirt to order.