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Improving the emotional health and well-being of individual in healthcare facilities by delivering recycled flowers, encouragement and personal moments of kindness. 
I am sure I am not the first person to be overwhelmed with gratitude at what a difference your visit and gifts made to our residents. I think the opportunity to talk to a new person was so valuable for them. Most of our residents live alone and while many have family nearby or caregivers, they often don't have much impromptu socialization opportunities. I can assure you that long after the flowers have met their end, the joy they brought our residents will be brightly blooming.
- Amy Cohen, Chicago
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Featured Blog Post: An Interview with Ruth Onesi

For Ruth Onesi, it would be a more than eight-hour drive from her home in Niagara Falls, NY, to our nearest branch in Indianapolis. Her donations deliver hope and encouragement to people she will never meet in cities she may never visit, but RAF can count on Onesi’s support like clockwork. Read More...

National News:
Time Magazine Presents
"The Optimist Bias"

The belief that the future will be much better than the past and present is known as the optimism bias. It abides in every race, region and socioeconomic bracket. Schoolchildren playing when-I-grow-up are rampant optimists, but so are grownups: a 2005 study found that adults over 60 are just as likely to see the glass half full as young adults. Read More...

Emilie's Story, The Ripple Effect
Just as each bouquet made by our volunteers is different, each recipient has an unique story. As the last day unfolded along our GROW 2016 fundraising tour celebrity guest speaker, HGTV host Chris Lambton, had a visit with Emilie. Read More...

Holiday Deliveries

Knoxville was happy to spread encouragement and holiday cheer this season: "Well, I'm 92 years old and I don't have many things to cheer me up so I'm glad to get the flowers," said Sherrill Hill resident Bill Smith.
Tampa Bay
Meet Volunteer, Jim Overton

When Jim Overton retired, his wife quickly noticed that boredom and lack of activity were affecting his mood. She and their friend Tampa Board Member Pam Ora, suggested that RAF might be a good way for him to stay active, make friends, & contribute to the community. Read More...

Bouquets Make a Difference

Recipients of arrangements are touched and surprised. “The calls we get from these recipients, they just make you weep because you know what that arrangement looked like. You know it was not a big extravagant bouquet, it was a tiny little happy, made-with-love arrangement to a stranger,” said Alison Kothe. 
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"Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers you brought to the Ronald McDonald House. Now we have something beautiful to brighten up our 6 month old daughter's room who is recovering from heart surgery.
Thank you so much!"
- The Kierstens Family, Silicon Valley
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