April founded the Reflower Project in 2015 and has been committed to increasing the health and wellness of peoples spirits with repurposed flowers. She takes pride in knowing her organization is committed to raising awareness of the environmental impact we each have. The Reflower Project is happy to help others recycle and reuse one time event flowers for the health and wellbeing of those in the community most vulnerable. April is proud to serve as President of the Reflower Project.
Alexis has over 25 years in the healthcare services. She is currently working at a nursing facility where she plans and carries out stimulating activities for residents. Using her skills as Activities Director she will serve as Secretary to ensure meetings run effectively, are organized and minuted.
Ann has a wealth of experience in customer service, working in the banking and healthcare industries for many years. Ann is Treasurer of the Reflower Project and will use her experience and skills to effectively manage donations and partnerships with sponsors.
We continually work toward our mission to bring happiness to those in the community most vulnerable. Populations including the sick, elderly, homeless, women and children affected by abuse, and those impacted by anything that brings a sense of hopelessness. Our goal for these people is to make them feel loved, cared about and give them a sense of hope.
We continue our mission in memory of our sister, Laurie. She was a lover of yellow roses, long conversations, and visits from her family and friends. Being a sufferer of Cystic Fibrosis, and a long time patient at Boston Children's Hospital, she knew the impact flowers had on boosting her spirits and bringing cheer to not only herself but everyone who entered her room.
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