Testimonials


Hanna Marx, Holocaust Survivor

Hanna Marx, Holocaust Survivor


Posted By on Jul 22, 2015

“When you told me the purpose of The Butterfly Project and that it would be butterflies, I told you that this would go over. It was not something that kids would be afraid of, not scary pictures that would make kids run away, they would want to do it, and this was my excitement.”   Hanna Marx,Holocaust...

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Betty Winn, Head of School

Betty Winn, Head of School


Posted By on Jul 22, 2015

“For years I had wanted to do something that was age appropriate for our students. Our butterfly installation in the center of our campus is a wall of remembrance and but it is also a wall of hope.”   Betty Winn,Head of School, Abraham Joshua Heschel Day School,Northridge, CA

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Kimberly Tuttle, Educator

Kimberly Tuttle, Educator


Posted By on Jul 22, 2015

“I was thrilled to bring The Butterfly Project to my students, they were honored to be painting a butterfly for someone who did not live, and they felt they are living for her or for him – and were ecstatic to participate in this project.”   Kimberly Tuttle,Educator, N. Mecklenberg H.S.,Huntersville,...

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Liebe Geft

Liebe Geft


Posted By on Jul 22, 2015

“We’ve brought The Butterfly Project to the Museum of Tolerance for our youth education programs and our family days. Painting a butterfly while hearing the story of a survivor not only passes on their legacy but it is handing over the torch.”   Liebe Geft,Executive Director, Museum of...

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Ela Weissberger

Ela Weissberger


Posted By on Jul 22, 2015

“I am a survivor of Terezin Concentration camp and when I see and I hear all about what you do with the butterflies it is a lesson for life, for the next generations to remember and I will tell everyone wherever I speak about my story about it.”   Ela Weissberger,Holocaust Survivor

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