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Winnipeg

35 Airport Road, Winnipeg MB, R3H 0V5
204.632.1210
1.800.665.7378

Saskatoon

520 - 52nd Street E, Saskatoon SK, S7K 7K3
306.244.4457
1.800.667.3985

Edmonton

16455 - 118 Avenue, Edmonton AB, T5V 1H2
780.424.4576
1.800.465.8878

Calgary

Bay 5, 6320 11th Street SE, Calgary AB, T2H 2L7
403.252.5558
1.877.266.8095

Vancouver

Roseberry Square, Unit 5, 3979 Marine Way, Burnaby BC, V5J 5E3
604.630.4688
1.866.203.8607

Find a location

Winnipeg

35 Airport Road, Winnipeg MB, R3H 0V5
204.632.1210
1.800.665.7378

Saskatoon

520 - 52nd Street E, Saskatoon SK, S7K 7K3
306.244.4457
1.800.667.3985

Edmonton

16455 - 118 Avenue, Edmonton AB, T5V 1H2
780.424.4576
1.800.465.8878

Calgary

Bay 5, 6320 11th Street SE, Calgary AB, T2H 2L7
403.252.5558
1.877.266.8095

Vancouver

Roseberry Square, Unit 5, 3979 Marine Way, Burnaby BC, V5J 5E3
604.630.4688
1.866.203.8607

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Florists Supply Annual Donation Day 2020

Monday, October 19th, 2020 is our annual Donation Day!

As this year has been especially challenging for many, we believe it’s important to give back to our community now more than ever. A portion of sales from the orders received this day will be donated to each of our branch’s local charity of choice.

Here are the organizations you’re helping us support by placing your order on Donation Day, and why each of our Branch Managers selected them:


Vancouver: OWL Rehab

Branch Manager: Sean

OWL Rehab helps safely rehabilitate and release raptors into the wild. They provide educational resources to the community and schools. They also gather data on wildlife and release the information to the public and establish and maintain breeder programs for protected wildlife.

Q: What is your connection to this organization/why did you choose this organization?

A: A team member from our branch who recently and suddenly passed was a volunteer and avid supporter of this organization, so we’d like to donate in her honour.


Calgary: Skipping Stone Foundation

Branch Manager: Julie

Q: In your own words, what does this organization do?

A: The Skipping Stone Foundation helps the Transgender and gender diverse community with many different types support for their individual needs; connect people with the right resources and programs. Some of the programs they run through their organization are mentoring, Gender gear, expression in helping individuals express them self in a safe environment. Low barrier support for those who need it, Job Building Skills, ID Changes, Legal Help, counselling, health care and much much more.

Q: Who do they support?

A: Youth, adults and family’s with the right resources and support they need and deserve.

Q: What is your connection to this organization/why did you choose this organization?

A: Our team member, Kirsten, accessed these resources during their own transition. They Skipping Stone Foundation helped guide them in the right direction and access the right help Kirsten needed. Kirsten wanted to give back to this wonderful organization and support them as they continue to support others.


Edmonton: Glenrose Rehabilitation Foundation

Branch Manager: Reagan

Q: How does the Glenrose Rehabilitation Foundation help their community?

A: They help individuals transition from a hospital setting back into their homes after an injury or illness. They also provide physio therapy, counselling, and any other rehabilitation that may be needed.

Q: Why did you choose this organization?

A: I think most people on staff have known someone who has used the Glenrose, but most recently one of our staff members, Joan, was there as she transitioned from a 4 month hospital stay to be able to go home.


Saskatoon: Care & Share

Branch Managers: Dawn and Sandra

Q: Who does Care & Share provide support to?

A: They provide children at 17 Saskatoon community schools an opportunity to develop further in sports, school, culture, and education. A major component of Care & Share is to involve the business community with Saskatoon community schools, and most importantly, have them assist in meeting the needs of Saskatoon’s children. Programs they offer at no cost include a babysitting course, Holiday lunch program, school supplies, coats and boots, clothing, Mentorship programs, reading programs, and many more.

Q: Why did you choose this organization?

A: They’re a great organization for offering programs to the children in need of support.


Winnipeg: STARS Air Ambulance

Branch Manager: Esther

Q: Who does STARS support?

A: STARS supports anyone who requires immediate transport to hopsitals when being transported by regular ground ambulance may not be fast enough.

Q: Why did you choose this organization?

A: Most Manitobans know STARS.  They’ve known someone or have heard of someone who has had to use this service.  Personally, my cousin was in a tragic car accident and if it had not been for the STARS air ambulance getting him to the hospital in record time, he probably would not have survived.  We chose this because it encompasses all the provinces that we service(and beyond), not just Manitoba.  Most people have had to use STARS or know someone who has.