Friends of Muskoka Flood Hope

A Relief Campaign in Support of the 2019 Muskoka Floods

On July 1st, 2019, the community of Muskoka will come together in effort to support those affected by the destructive 2019 Muskoka floods. Long-time Muskoka cottagers, Tamara Bahry and Amanda Petrovic have partnered with local support organizations and Salt Fine Jewelry, to collaborate on custom designed bracelets aimed at bringing awareness to the significant impact of the flooding in the Muskoka region.

Massive floods across Muskoka caused extreme damage to homes and properties of many local families and their businesses in the Muskoka area. Much of the damage is unfortunately not covered by insurance and the community residents require disaster assistance.

In effort to provide assistance and just in time for Canada Day, limited-edition Muskoka Lakes Bracelets will be launched to support the 2019 Flood Victims via Muskoka Victim Services — ensuring those who need help, get it.

“ The flooding this year impacted both our seasonal and our permanent residents. Homes were flooded, property damaged, residents displaced, and families left in distress. Muskoka Victim Services has supplied crisis relief for the Muskoka region and continues to aid our affected community.  We need your support today to ensure we not only aid those presently in need but also those in the future.”  said the Mayor of Muskoka Lakes, Phil Harding.

The limited-edition Muskoka Lakes Bracelets start at $190.00 CAD, and can be purchased at or at or by emailing

Supporters will be able to purchase a keepsake bracelet wrapped in silk in the shape of either Lake Muskoka, Lake Joseph or Lake Rosseau to cherish on their wrists. Supporters can choose to order their bracelet map in either silver or gold, add pavé, or even place a diamond signifying their favourite location on the lake.

“As a photographer, I’ve been able to capture many special moments in Muskoka. Creating art with purpose and being part of designing this bracelet, warms my heart. I love people, storytelling, and most importantly giving – and the local Muskoka community needs our help” said Tamara Bahry.

Hope comes from Muskoka cottagers Tamara Bahry and Amanda Petrovic

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