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Spread joy this holiday season by celebrating the Parkinson's community! Purchase a set of greeting cards featuring the work of inspirational artists living with Parkinson's disease (PD) across the province. Every purchase supports Parkinson Society BC in our goal to empower all British Columbians with PD in their self-management, self-reliance, and self-advocacy. All proceeds directly fund the Society's life-changing support services, educational resources, advocacy efforts, and research contributions.

View this year's set of card artwork and learn more about the artists below. Each card features the artist's name and artwork title on the back. The blank space inside allows you to include your own personal message.

Cards are sold in a variety pack of 12 for $25 plus $5 shipping per pack*. You will receive 3 of each card featuring the artworks below. Card size is 4.25" x 5.5" and will include envelopes.

Please note that this purchase is not eligible for a tax receipt.

Available for purchase and shipping within Canada only. 

*Please allow 7-14 business days for delivery. Taxes are included. All sales are final.

Shipping to a different address? If you would like your order shipped to an address that is different than your billing address, please contact Alicia Wrobel at This must be done immediately after purchase to avoid shipping to an incorrect address. 




Anita Hildebrandt - Winter’s Touch Winter's Touch
Anita Hildebrandt
Chilliwack, BC
Anita, diagnosed with early onset Parkinson's three years ago, has found solace and purpose in photography. Embracing this creative outlet has not only enhanced her enjoyment of walking and hiking but also extended her mobility. Through the lens, Anita captures the beauty of her surroundings, using photography as a means to navigate her Parkinson's journey with resilience and grace.
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Isla Siemens - A Violet Winter A Violet Winter
Isla Siemens
Cranbrook, BC
At 11 years old, Isla's heartfelt connection to her grandmother, who lives with Parkinson's disease, serves as the inspiration behind her submission. With love and hope, Isla aims to raise funds for improved care for people living with Parkinson's.
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Norman Coridor - Peace and Light Peace and Light
Norman Coridor
New Westminster, BC
Norman, a lifelong hobbyist photographer, found solace and relaxation behind the camera. Though Parkinson's gradually took its toll on his coordination, he continued to find joy in revisiting his cherished photographs. Norman's dedication to his craft persisted for nearly 25 years following his diagnosis, navigating all five stages of Parkinson's with unwavering determination. His legacy lives on through the enduring slideshow of his captivating images.
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Rasoul Rashtian - Frozen Winter’s Crown: Peak, Mountain, and Jungle Harmony Frozen Winter’s Crown: Peak, Mountain, and Jungle Harmony
Rasoul Rashtian
, Burnaby, BC
Rasoul, a retired civil engineering consultant, has a deep-rooted appreciation for traditional art. His lifelong journey in the world of creativity and self-expression took on renewed significance after receiving a Parkinson's diagnosis. Painting became a source of empowerment, resonating with those who encounter his work. Rasoul's submission reflects the simple joy that art brings, encapsulating his dedication to both his professional career and artistic passion.
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