Butterfl;es for Better Days

Combining two symbols of hope to encourage those facing mental health challenges.

Our Story

Butterfl;es for Better Days started in ideation one day when we were talking about the Butterfly Project and the symbol of the semicolon (see links below for more info) and how much they mean to us as symbols of hope and suicide and self-harm prevention. Our graphic designer, Rachel Sevy, had the idea to make a butterfly with a semicolon for the body and promised she’d make one someday. She found that many before her had had the same thought, but she decided to take it further. Butterfl;es for Better Days was founded a few months later.

All profits are donated to suicide prevention nonprofits and programs.