It makes sense for everyone – all of us – to pay attention to brain health.
When dementia strips a person of their abilities and memories, it’s a devastating loss for the person affected and their loved ones. Whether you’re young, middle-aged or older, you can make changes now and potentially reduce your risk.
At Baycrest, brain health has been a primary focus for many decades. Funds raised by The Brain Project will help Baycrest work to change the future of aging and help people realize their optimum cognitive well-being for a lifetime.
The Brain Project is a public exhibition of brain sculptures across the city Toronto. The Toronto Raptors generously donated this one-of-a-kind piece and it could be yours to take home! Proceeds from the sale will support Baycrest Health Sciences, a world leader in brain health and aging.
About the Brain
Hot on the heels of their best season in franchise history, the Toronto Raptors joined the movement for better brain health. Signed by members of the 2015/16 roster, this brain sculpture is dedicated to the fight against dementia.
Who signed it
Signatures include: DeMarre Carroll; Norman Powell, Jonas Valanciunas, Dwane Casey and more.
Proceeds from The Toronto Raptors brain sculpture will go directly to Baycrest to work toward a cure for Alzheimer’s and other brain related diseases. Please reach out to The Brain Project to learn more.
Contact: To inquire about purchasing the Raptors brain sculpture please contact firstname.lastname@example.org