Flowers are a special gift: receiving them is a reminder that someone is thinking of you. We set out to share that message with the people who need to hear it most.
Bloom2Bloom knows the power of giving and we want to share the opportunity to give back with others. Each purchase contributes to donations by Bloom2Bloom to organizations that support families, youth, elderly care, women, environmental efforts, education, healthcare, and so much more!
How it works
Send a Bloom2Bloom bouquet to your loved one, co-worker, friend, mom, or cute neighbor whose eye you’ve been trying to catch.
With each bouquet purchased Bloom2Bloom gives back to non-profit organizations.
Everyone smiles, the world is a little brighter.
Our current partnerships
Trees4Trees™ is a non-profit foundation that empowers local communities with reforestation initiatives and related education programs. The foundation distributes free seedlings of high value species including teak, mahogany, mango and other local timbers to local farmers and resident land owners. The program provides technical guidance on planting and best forestry practices in addition to long term monitoring and market assistance to help the tree growers maximize value.
Wish Upon a Teen
Wish Upon a Teen is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization, that provides programming and events for teenagers who have developmental and/or terminal or life limiting medical conditions. Through creative and interactive social and educational events, these teens will rediscover and rebuild their self-esteem as they continue their journey to adulthood.
Downtown Women's Center
Women's Center Los Angeles, CA
Founded in 1978, the Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only resource in Los Angeles that is exclusively dedicated to serving the unique needs of homeless and very low-income women in Skid Row. DWC is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization that provides permanent housing and supportive services to over 4300 women facing homelessness and poverty each year. Its supportive community and much-needed resources allow homeless women to reconnect with their sense of self, reclaim goals lost in the day-to-day struggle for survival on the streets and move toward personal stability.