Random Acts of Flowers improves the emotional health and wellbeing of individuals in healthcare facilities by delivering recycled flowers, encouragement and personal moments of kindness. Using flowers as the vessel, our vision is to inspire and nurture a culture of care and compassion. While Random Acts of Flowers directly serves people struggling with illness, injury or the aging process, our reach goes well beyond the recipients to impact their families, caregivers, healthcare administrators, our devoted volunteers and committed donors.
Recycling flowers is the method behind Random Acts of Flowers’ mission. We strive to recycle 100 percent of the arrangements we receive, from ribbons, wire and foam, to vases and flowers. Clippings and other green waste are composted and used by landscapers, gardeners and other partners in the community. Our organization is dedicated to keeping floral materials out of the landfills.
At the conclusion of Random Acts of Flowers’ recycling and repurposing efforts, the most important thing happens: a patient in an area healthcare facility is delivered a bouquet of flowers and offered encouragement, support and a moment of kindness and compassion.