“Have you ever wondered where Valentine’s Day flowers go when they aren’t sold? This is it. Random Acts of Flowers is where flowers go to get a second chance.
“These are really good flowers that would normally go into the trash,” said volunteer Amber Livers.
Thanks to 400 volunteers like Amber, they have a second chance to make someone’s day.
Random Acts of Flowers has made 75,000 deliveries since late 2016.
“Whenever volunteers come in, this is the first thing they check. Where are they going? How many do we need and where do the flowers come from? The bottom line is what really matters. We would not exist without our awesome floral partners here in the city,” said Lindsay Potter, program director.
Between 300 and 500 bouquets are shipped out a small building on the near north side every week.”