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Businesses and schools needed for Hospice Buffalo's spring bouquet sale


Fri, Jan 10th 2020 05:05 pm

Local businesses, organizations and schools are invited to participate in Hospice Buffalo’s 34th annual Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale for the pre-sale phase held in January and February. Participants simply assign a coordinator from their organization to take their employees’ bouquet orders. Bouquets will be delivered right to one’s door for distribution.

Coordinators are invited to attend a free breakfast Tuesday, Jan. 21, with WGRZ-TV Channel 2’s Heather Ly, and receive their coordinator kit, a free display bouquet and a chance to win a $150 Visa gift card.

Each bouquet includes a mix of roses, carnations and other fresh flowers and greens designed to bring the feeling of spring into a business, school or office. Bouquets are $10 for 10 stems, or $30 for a large tribute bouquet featuring 30 stems of premium flowers. And for every tribute bouquet ordered, a 10-stem bouquet will be sent to brighten the day of a current Hospice Buffalo patient.

The Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale is the largest fundraiser for Hospice Buffalo. More than 600 community volunteers assist with the sale.

Sign up at HospiceSpringBouquetSale.com or call the Hospice Foundation at 716-686-8090.
Proceeds from the Spring Bouquet Sale benefit Hospice Buffalo's patients and their families.

Hospice Buffalo provides care, support, advocacy and education to people in Erie County impacted by serious illness and loss, regardless of age, setting, diagnosis or ability to pay. Hospice Buffalo is one of the largest nonprofit hospice and palliative (comfort) care organizations in the nation, serving nearly 1,000 patients daily in their homes, assisted living, and nursing homes throughout Erie County, as well as the Mitchell Campus in Cheektowaga.

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