It’s been so long since we’ve seen our friends. We have all been confined to our homes and have had little to no interaction with others to avoid spreading the virus. The highlight of our day is a Zoom meeting with our friends.
Each one of us now truly understands how solitude and loneliness feel.
As restrictions on our movements begin to ease, our Volunteers meet regularly (on Zoom) to talk about how things will look in our “new normal”. We are excited to be gathering together, 6 feet apart, at our workshop to create our signature bouquets and Share Hope and Happiness with seniors and veterans who have endured such a lengthy and difficult period of social isolation.
We want them to know they have not been forgotten.
2020 Spread the Joy Outside Luncheon
Help us to continue our Mission of Sharing Hope and Happiness by joining us on Wednesday, October 07, 2020 for our Annual Spread the Joy Luncheon.
This year our event will take place outdoors.
Sharing Hope and Happiness
We still delivered smiles!
We couldn’t deliver bouquets during the three month closure, but we delivered 2817 handwritten notes to seniors in 39 elder care facilities and Meals on Wheels services.
Giving Keeps Us Going
What are David Wade and Lisa Hughes talking about? Could it be their visit to Power of Flowers Project?
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Provide a Monetary Gift
Donate money to support the Power of Flowers.
Give a gift in honor of a special occasion, birthday, anniversary, wedding, retirement or graduation or give a gift in memory of someone special.
Donate Event Flowers
Thank You for considering donating your flowers to the Power of Flowers Project. Your donation will help make a difference in our community, one flower at a time.
Making a Difference in the Lives of Others
I just wanted to tell you how touched I was to see the beautiful bouquet that accompanied my Dad’s Meals on Wheels delivery earlier this week. Dad was just informed that there is nothing more that can be done to treat his cancer…As you can imagine, it’s a difficult time for our family, but your generosity offered a bit of encouragement…”