BUFFALO, N.Y. — This year's Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale was another success! The sale was a bit different this year due to COVID 19 but Western New Yorkers turned out and supported this spring event by purchasing 20,600 Spring Bouquets. The Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale has been marking the beginning of spring in Western New York for the past 35 years.
The beautiful mixed bouquets are sold through workplaces, schools, organizations and public sites.
This year the public Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale looked a bit different with bouquets being sold from Flower Trucks. Hospice staff operated Flower Trucks that traveled around Western New York parked outside of local businesses and organizations to sell bouquets safely. The Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale ran Wed 3/4- Fri 3/5 and Wed 3/10 - Fri 3/13.
Over 40 local florists, 600+ Volunteers, 400+ Schools, Businesses and Organizations have participated in the Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale over the past 35 years. The Annual Spring Bouquet sale has sold 70,600 Tribute Bouquets and 644,160 Mixed Bouquets raising $6.6 Million for Hospice and Palliative Care Buffalo.
All proceeds benefit Hospice patients and families throughout the Western New York community.
For more information visit HospiceSpringBouquetSale.com.
WGRZ Ch. 2 is a sponsor of the Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale.