Your event's florals are turned into three wins:
a positive social good, an eco-responsible waste disposal, and a charitable tax credit opportunity
WHY PEOPLE LOVE US
"Working with Jennifer & Repeat Roses was one of the greatest highlights of our wedding experience. I hope that Repeat Roses becomes a staple for every wedding as there is no greater feeling than sharing a piece of the happiness you experience on that day with others in need." Watch more on Love Stories TV >
- Alessandra & Nick Bilardello
“When Repeat Roses brings vases filled with gorgeous flowers, all of our [hospice] patient suites receive that extra special beautiful touch, all of our patients feel extra special and every single person’s smile is so much brighter. The looks of joy are unforgettable.” Watch the video seen over 9Million times on Upworthy >
— Nayo Akowe, Director of MJHS Hospice Inpatient Residence, New York
“The bouquets we receive add touches of beauty to the rooms at our shelter and bring a spirit of joy into the lives of the homeless women we serve. The generosity and creativity of Repeat Roses brings healing and hope to women facing a very difficult time in their life and brightens the day for staff members as well.” Watch the story on Refinery 29>
— Sister Joann Sambs, The Dwelling Place, New York
"The flowers that are provided by Repeat Roses provide benefits on multiple levels. We have a lot of people who come to the center and go through their treatment by themselves and they don't have a big support system. It helps people feel like they're not so alone. "
- Dr. Gina M. Villani, CEO, Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care & Treatment, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Watch flowers from an InterContinental Hotel grand opening get repurposed to bring a spot of joy to cancer patients, and later get recovered and used as compost to close the loop in this exclusive Repeat Roses video, including interviews from industry experts from the Barclay, Belle Fleur and Common Ground Compost >
OUR SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT
As of July 1, 2018, we've delivered over 42,000 arrangements of love, light and flower magic to bring a spot of joy to patients in hospitals, nursing homes, hospice care, and cancer treatment centers; plus youth emergency, mental health, domestic abuse, and homeless shelter facilities.
Repurposed flowers are recovered for composting to ensure the most eco-responsible waste disposal. To date, we've diverted over 69 Tons of floral waste from landfills where it would otherwise converted into harmful greenhouse gases. That's 138,000 lbs of waste...the equivalent of 5.5 school buses.