Flower Clvb offers multiple education opportunities with the goal of cultivating a love for nature and design. Through Flower Clvb’s gatherings, participants learn foam free design techniques and build a variety of floral arrangements together. To learn more about our next gathering, visit HERE. Flower Clvb also offers educational curriculum to school aged students through garden clvb. To learn more about Garden Clvb, click HERE.
Flower Clvb donates a % of its proceeds from weddings to organizations working to conserve and preserve the earth whether animals, plants, or human beings. Each donation comes at no additional cost to the client. To learn about past recipients, read below…
Flower Clvb considers the entire life of the flower through its design. By sourcing local flowers when possible, composting the clean-up and committing to a foam free practice, Flower Clvb is able to contribute to the continuity of the very earth that produces such flowers.
Past % for the earth recipients include Sierra Club, American Cancer Society, Fred’s Team, The Greenbelt Movement, Angry Tias and Abuelas of RGV, Texas Civil Rights Project, La Union Del Pueblo Entero, and RAICES. Read more about each organization below…
American Cancer Society: The American Cancer Society’s mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight for a world without cancer.
Angry Tias and Abuelas of RGV: The Angry Tias and Abuelas’ mission is to advocate for dignity and justice for individuals and families seeking asylum at our borders. As they embark on their journeys to destinations across the U.S., our aim is to assure their basic health and safety needs are met.
Fred’s Team: Fred’s Team, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's (MSK) running program, is dedicated to moving us closer to a world without cancer.
The Greenbelt Movement: Our mission is to empower communities worldwide to protect the environment and to promote good governance and cultures of peace.
La Union Del Pueblo Entero: Founded by labor rights activist César Chávez & Dolores Huerta, LUPE builds stronger, healthier communities where colonia residents use the power of civic engagement for social change. From fighting deportations, to providing social services and English classes, to organizing for streetlights and drainage, LUPE responds to the needs of the community, and takes action that creates a chance for a better life. LUPE’s strength derives from our 8,000+ members throughout the Rio Grande Valley.
Sierra Club: To explore, enjoy and protect the planet. To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; to educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment; and to use all lawful means to carry out those objectives.
Texas Civil Rights Project: The mission of the Texas Civil Rights Project (TCRP) is to promote racial, social, and economic justice through litigation, education, and social services for low/moderate-income persons least able to defend themselves.