Welcome to Natasha's Wood Foundation
Where Children's Wishes, Dreams and Stories Unfold

At Natasha’s Wood Foundation we work with our partners such as the Canadian Forces Military Centres to provide scholarships and art camps to help children to build the resilience of having a parent living with PTSD.

Our work is surrounded by encouraging children to use art to bring happiness to their lives and grant children’s wishes. Each year we sponsor day camps and publish children’s books using the artwork by those who attend our camps.

Want to find out more about what we do or donate, contact us.

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Success Stories

Coming  Soon on Kindle: Twiglet’s First Birthday

Twiglet’s First Birthday is our first Children’s book written by Fay Maddison. It is a part of our book series to grant children’s wishes.

In Twiglet’s world, anything is possible.

As she finds herself on a very sunny day in a secret garden full of wild and wonderful flowers, a small seed pops up from under the ground. This tiny seed uncurls its first leaves and takes the shape of a small twig. Even though she is just a twig, and not very big, her heart is full of hope. Named Twiglet by her fairy friends, she pledges to catch children’s wishes in leaves as big as dishes.

Twiglet will grow up to be a tall, majestic, maple tree. But always remember, Twiglet is more than just a tree, she is magical. As she grows taller, she becomes the meeting place, a safe place, a home away from home for many tiny fairies, baby dragons, and other magical creatures that call Natasha’s Wood their home.

In the magical land of Natasha’s Wood, Twiglet and her friends will show us all just how powerful friendship, hope, and love can be.
Even the smallest fairy can offer hope to others!

Now that’s powerful magic – made from love!

Scholarships

Each year for the past six years we have been granting funds for scholarships for military and veteran children wanting to attend post-secondary education.  To find out more about how you can help and support deserving students to achieve their academic, we would be happy to meet with you. Contact us

Art Programs and Natasha's Wood Day

Art Work Submissions

Our call for  2022 artwork submissions for our new publication “A Pollen Fairy Called Squirt is now closed.

Fairy FayFor those artists who have submitted their works of art, our reviewing committee  will be announcing the chosen pieces of artwork in the coming year

If you have missed our deadline, be sure to encourage kids to draw and create images for our annual art submissions for upcoming books to be published. Further details to follow

 Natasha’s Wood Day

We are extremely proud that Natasha’s Wood Day is held at Canadian military bases across the country. Each year children gather and learn about the endless possibilities of being a steward of our environment, and discuss their dreams of mystical worlds and a world where fairness,  play, and kindness are the centers of their universe.