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Frequently Asked Questions

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We believe every member in society is deserving of love and attention. Through our flower movement, we take on a social responsibility role to support local marginalised communities through random acts of kindness that can have a significant impact on our recipients.

Having participated in various charitable activities, we have witnessed how flowers can improve the emotional health and well-being of underserved individuals in healthcare facilities. Since then, we have devised a simple yet sustainable supply model to repurpose used flowers and plant a smile on as many recipients as possible each month.

Through BloomBack’s various touch-points and partners, patrons will be able to contribute effortlessly yet meaningfully.

Our monetization plans include taking a 10% cut from our florist partners per flower order. The proceeds will be contributed towards running BloomBack Academy to provide scholarships to train marginalized communities. The proceeds are also used for flowers repurposing for beneficiaries such as Breast Cancer Foundation and Saint Andrew’s Community Hospital whom we support.

As our movement involves sending floral bouquets to those in marginalised communities, we welcome volunteers who will be able to contribute by delivering them. Apart from assisting in delivery, there are of course many other ways to contribute to BloomBack’s cause. If you are keen to lend a helping hand, please fill up the contact sheet and let us know how you would like to chip in. We will be in touch with you as soon as we can.

Every contribution is an act of generosity that comes from the heart. We understand that volunteers have different levels of commitment and we fully respect that.

We work closely with various businesses in creative ways. One of our collaborations is a tie-up with a bespoke florist to design BloomBack flower bouquets to be featured on the florist’s and BloomBack’s website. These bouquets will also featured across our partners’ online portals. Apart from contributing towards a charitable cause, businesses find such a collaboration relevant for corporate social responsibility and it also creates instant brand awareness.

We welcome more businesses on board to partake in our flower movement. Do reach out to us for more ways to collaborate.

The term “social enterprise” refers to a business which seeks to create social impact through its trading activities.