Announcements

Donate Your Flowers to Patients on Cape Cod!

Flower Angels USA was founded on the idea that perfectly good flowers and lonely patients were a match made in heaven. Cape Cod has over 2000 nursing home beds. Our population is older - and many people retire and live out their lives here, away from family and...

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Think Spring!

Spring is here, it's time for our March Newsletter! Find out about our wonderful new workshop and how Shepley's, Lowes, Clean Green and Mauricio Painting company all contributed to make our new location a reality. Read about a couple of the facilities we deliver...

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Beacon Hospice, You’re Welcome!

We received a wonderful thank you note from Cynthia Robotham the Volunteer coordinator at  Beacon Hospice an Amedisys Company. We so are pleased to make a difference in so many lives and wanted to share the note with you, Click here to read....

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Flower Angels Interview

Suzanne Carter, Flower Angels founder and Megan Murphy, Flower Angel Workshop Manger were interviewed by Breanna Gustafson from Cape Cod Community Media Center's Profile show. The interview will be aired on Channel 99 in the towns of Dennis, Yarmouth, Harwich,...

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Fall has made its way to Cape Cod in all its beauty.

Englanders embrace seasonal change and we are no exception. Change is in the air, and we are anticipating some exciting changes in the near future for Flower Angels USA.  Meanwhile, we stay busy and focused on our mission of spreading joy and kindness to many of our...

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Feeling blessed…😇

Mariana of Dream Homes and Estates loves our mission and blessed us with a $5000 donation of love toward our van. She is a shining star…a beautiful woman on the inside and out. Her journey is an American Dream story…an inspiration to many. At a young age, she left...

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A poem from the heart of a lonely man…

When an old man died in the geriatric ward of a nursing home, it was believed that he had nothing left of any value. Later, when the nurses were going through his meager possessions, they found this poem. Cranky Old Man..... What do you see nurses? . . .. . .What do...

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Flowers are for men too.

“A recent behavioral study conducted at Rutgers University shows that men who receive flowers demonstrate increased social interaction and happiness."    

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Flowers + Flower Angels = many grateful hearts.

"Dear Flower Angels, Thank you so much for the beautiful flower arrangements you delivered to the nursing home where my aunt resides.  When I visit, it is my pleasure to go from room to room to give them a little drink of water to freshen up others bouquets.  You...

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Spreading a whole lotta love….

Suzanne Carter, Founder of Flower Angels USA, accompanied  by her assistant, Megan Murphy, had the honor of being an inspirational speaker for  the SBA, AARP, SCORE Encore Entrepreneur event in Hyannis and at the Boston Tip O’Neil Federal Building. The surprise guest...

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Rutgers: Flowers Boost Seniors’ Well Being

The study demonstrates that flowers ease depression, inspire social networking and refresh memory as we age. "Instinct tells us that flowers lift our spirits, but, their effects on seniors are especially profound, if not surprising," said Haviland-Jones. This week our...

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Flowers + Flower Angels = 7320 Smiles

Yesterday our newest Community Connections Flower Angels joyfully delivered bouquets to 40 people in Mayflower Nursing Facility bringing smiles to all!  Our awesome Cape Abilities team delivered 46 vibrant arrangements to the Royal Cotuit nursing home, warming a lot...

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Thank You Steel Systems Engineering in California!

www.sseus.com Mara is beaming with love for her Dad who has generously offered to donate $5000 on her behalf  toward the purchase of a much needed van for our mission.  We are very grateful that Steel Systems Engineering has joined the prestigious Hyannis Rotary Club...

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Flowers + 4H Flower Angels = A Whole Lotta Joy!

On Thursday our flower arrangement artist, Strell, appeared with her 4H club  and they all went to work making gorgeous arrangements. It was wonderful to have such awesome young ladies in our workshop helping to serve others. Not only did smiles fill the room but...

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Thank you Hyannis Rotary Club!

We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your generous donation of $5000 toward our Flower Angel van and your kind acknowledgment of our mission. We are delighted to partner with the Hyannis Rotary Club and will be proud to prominently display your wonderful...

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Flower Angels + A Whole Lotta Love = 5514 Happy Patients

Acts of kindness makes us feel good, valuable and alive. Think about the last time you went out of your way to be kind to someone. Didn’t it make your day too? Many people extend kindness as part of their good nature, but what if we made a more conscious effort to be...

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Be a Rainbow in someone else’s cloud ~Maya Angelou

Donate Today! Please help keep our much loved and worthy mission going strong. No donation is too small. Kindness is not doing something for someone else because they can’t, but because you can. Dedicated Flower Angels are committed to serving many lonely people in...

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And the winner is…Flower Angels USA!

Here is Suzanne in seventh heaven receiving a $1600 donation from Bonnie Peterson, a member of the 100 Women Who Care wonderful charitable organization. Four times annually a group of kind woman get together, each put in $50 and give it to a worthy charity. We are...

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6264 smiles delivered since May 19, 2014!

Thank you so much Hyannis Rotary Club for your generous offer of a booth at your 57th annual Home and Garden Show. Not only did we have a fun time, but it turned out to be more of a blessing than we could ever have imagined! Mostly everyone who passed by our booth was...

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1 year anniversary and going strong!

March 13 was the 1 year anniversary of our first flower delivery to Seashore Point, Provincetown in honor of my mother, Helen Carter. Sometimes I feel her smiling down on me for creating such a beautiful organization with the soul purpose of serving others. Our many...

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Here comes the Sun….5838 bouquets and growing….

Meet Sandy, one of our shining star dedicated Flower Angels. Unless she is snowed in, she never misses an opportunity to jump in wherever needed.  A retired social worker, Sandy is kind-hearted and most passionate about our Flower Angels mission. She collects flowers...

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Flowers + Flower Angels = 5491 Delighted Patients!

We have the best job….seeing so many faces light up when they realize these flowers are a special gift for them. It makes our hearts happy knowing we are bringing so much sunshine and joy to so many lonely people. This lovely patient in EPOCH Brewster was absolutely...

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Study Shows Benefit of Flowers for Older Adults

"Flowers make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul. " American botanist Luther Burbank may have been onto something when he proclaimed this in the early 20th century. Many decades later, multiple studies have found...

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Carter’s Flower Angels deliver welcome dose of sunshine

From the Provincetown Banner: PROVINCETOWN — In 2013, after nearly two years in Seashore Point in Provincetown, Suzanne Carter’s mother passed away. What her mother probably knew is that she left a daughter with a big heart and a lot of energy. What she may not have...

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Heart & Soul….we fell in love with you…

The winter heart of our Flower Angels workshop is Sandy, Gail, Kathleen, Irene, Strell, Kathi, Tammy, Deb, Mara, Suzanne, Community Connection and Cape Abilities teams and our newest Flower Angels, Peter and Megan. Dedicated to our mission, they brave the weather and...

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Flower Angels deliver sunshine to seniors

"Tina Meybohm was wheeling along the second-floor corridor at the EPOCH Senior Living in Harwich one quiet Tuesday when she was approached by a handful of smiling women who presented her with a colorful arrangement of flowers.  The 104-year-old, on her way back from...

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