Flower Angels Deliver Smiles to Over 200 Veterans

Patriotic bouquets delivered from Falmouth to Chatham...
A veteran receives a flower bundle from a Flower Angels volunteer. (Courtesy photo)

From The Flower Angels...

The Flower Angels were joined by Veterans from Falmouth to Chatham delivering patriotic bouquets to veterans at the JML Care Center, Royal Health Group of Cotuit, Cape Regency & Brookside Regency Assisted Living, Harbor Point at Centerville, Windsor Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Pleasant Bay Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, and Victorian Assisted Living. This is very special because some of the WW II and Korean War Veterans may not be with us next year and its very meaningful for them to be acknowledged by their “brothers and sister” Veterans. Nearly 200 bouquets were delivered by volunteers and Veterans today, with an estimated 250 to be delivered by the end of this week.

Additionally, we plan to make our 40,000th bouquet this week! On Veteran's Day, our founder will deliver the special bouquet to a Veteran at Seashore Point in Provincetown, the nursing home where she dutifully visited her mother every day for 2 years and had the inspiration to start Flower Angels USA in 2014. 

 

Flower Angels USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to spreading love and relieving loneliness by repurposing donated flowers into cheerful bouquets for the elderly and disabled residing in nursing homes, hospice & hospitals across Cape Cod.

 


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