It blooms to give back!
We are committed to address issues faced by marginalised communities by supporting them in the following ways
– Holistic training programmes
– Employment opportunities
– Re-purpose event flowers and distribute to hospice patients and lonely old folks
– Enhance emotional and mental well being
ST. ANDREW'S COMMUNITY HOSPITAL
BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION
KIDNEY DIALYSIS FOUNDATION
THYE HUA KWAN MORAL SOCIETY
THE SALVATION ARMY
DAUGHTERS OF TOMORROW
Daughters of Tomorrow
Daughters Of Tomorrow complements and supports existing training and workforce-related agencies by connecting volunteers and community resources to enable each woman on an individual level. By deep-diving into practical day-to-day constraints of these women, we offer hand-holding and individual coaching to help each woman reach regular and sustained employment.
Breast Cancer Foundation
Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) is a non-profit organisation with the mission to eradicate breast cancer as a life-threatening disease. Set up in 1997, BCF is committed to raising awareness about breast cancer through talks, events and publications that advocate early detection through regular screening.
Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations
The Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) is the National Coordinating body of women’s organisations in Singapore. Their 57 Member Organisations represent more than 500,000 women in Singapore.
Incorporated in March 1980, the SCWO, having been founded by women, seeks to unite the various women’s organisations, clubs, committees, groups and women leaders together, working in accordance with its various aims and objectives.
St. Andrew’s Community Hospital
St. Andrew’s Community Hospital (SACH) is a service of St. Andrew’s Mission Hospital.
Community hospitals play an important role in providing continuing care for patients upon their discharge from acute care hospitals. SACH aims to promote recovery and help patients integrate back into the community after their discharge.
Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise
The Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE) was set up in 2015 to develop the social enterprise sector in Singapore. As a sector developer, raiSE nurtures new enterprises by providing advisory services, programmes, training and resources to sustain their growth. Where possible, raiSE seeks to connect and share best practices with social enterprises and intermediary bodies in the region.
raiSE aims to raise awareness and support for social enterprises, works with partner organisations to identify emerging social needs, and makes connections where relevant and useful. As a membership body, raiSE supports over 400 social enterprise members on their journeys from set-up to growth and expansion.
Make-a-wish Foundation Singapore
Make-a-wish Foundation Singapore is part of a global organisation which began in 1980 after a team of people granted the wish of a little boy called Chris in Arizona, whose dream was to be a policeman. Chris had leukaemia, and he wanted very much to experience his dream. With the help of the local police, Chris wish was granted. He had an amazing day riding in a police helicopter, sworn in as an honorary patrolman, given a specially-made uniform, and a chance to show off his motorcycling skills.
The people involved in his wish were so moved by the experience that they pledged to continue to “share the power of a wish”. Since the granting of Chris’ wish, the Make–A-Wish Foundation International has been responsible for making the wishes of over 415,000 children come true.
The Salvation Army has been touching lives in Singapore since 1935 and remain committed in serving the underprivileged in the community without discrimination. Every life is precious and they actively help those in need regardless of age, race or religion.
Throughout the years, the Salvation Army have established a comprehensive network of social services to meet a wide range of needs in our community. Their diverse programmes reach out to children who need care and protection, families in material need, ailing aged requiring quality nursing care and other needy segments in our society.
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HOW FLOWERS HEAL
A study conducted at Harvard University has confirmed that flowers strengthens feelings of compassion, and reduces anxiety and depression.
Soothing effects of flowers have a healing touch on patients. Patients exposed to flowers and plants have a significantly shorter post-procedure recovery time.
Flowers make intimate connections. They increase feelings of compassion and kindness that help in relationship-building with others. As such, being in touch with flowers increases one’s social skills.
Flowers can have a revitalising effect on one. Exposure to flowers increases vigor, raises energy level and hence a boost in enthusiasm. The result is a more positive outlook on life.
Better mental health
Presence of flowers and plants relieves feelings of depression and anxiety. They can help elevate mood, reduce stress and have long-term benefits to one’s mental well-being.