Join us at the 5th Annual Spread the Joy Luncheon!

Did you know the Spread the Joy Luncheon is a sell out every year? 

The food and fun keeps our supporters coming back each year, and you are invited to join us!

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

11:00AM-1:30PM

Tewksbury Country Club

1880 Main Street

Tewksbury MA 01876

Purchase Tickets

Bid on elegant auction items and take a chance on raffle baskets filled with surprises! The ever popular Wine Pull and Bonus Board are back!

Your participation supports our mission, which started 10 years ago with a simple idea.  Rescue still-beautiful flower arrangements destined for the compost heap, refresh the blooms, create and deliver individual bouquets to those who need a bit of joy. 

Join us on October 16! 

Sharing Hope and Happiness

We deliver hundreds of individual bouquets to members of the community each week. The Power of Flowers Project is a 501(c)3 charitable organization with a dynamic board of directors, master plan to make the project self-sustaining, and the ability to offer tax deductions to our supporters.

The Power of Flowers Project is one small effort to reuse something beautiful and share hope and happiness with  others.

Moving closer to 100,000

Ways to Give

Donate as an Individual or Organization

Donate money to support the Power of Flowers.

Donate in Honor or Memory

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…”

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