From Sageborn

Hope Blooms is a local nonprofit that repurposes donated flowers. The flowers are made into bouquet arrangements and donated to community members. The arrangements are often donated to those in nursing homes, hospice and hospitals...

From Society of American Florists SAF)

When Kelly Krenzel, founder of Hope Blooms, learned about Petal It Forward earlier this year, she immediately wanted to be a part of the movement. The goodwill initiative aligned perfectly with her nonprofit’s year-round mission: to change people’s lives with small acts of kindness...

From KFGO

A local nonprofit is making sure no flowers go to waste! Hope Blooms is inspiring hope, happiness & emotional healing through repurposed flowers...

From NDSU Spectrum

Hope Blooms is a local nonprofit that repurposes donated flowers. The flowers are made into bouquet arrangements and donated to community members. The arrangements are often donated to those in nursing homes, hospice and hospitals...

From KFGO

If you are wondering what to do with all of those fresh flowers after a wedding, funeral or corporate event, Hope Blooms is a flower-recycling nonprofit in the Fargo-Moorhead area...

From FM Area Foundation

Inspiring hope, happiness and emotional healing through repurposed flowers. That is the mission of Hope Blooms, a local nonprofit dedicated to changing lives through small acts of kindness...

From KVRR News

Just getting a bouquet of flowers can turn someone’s day around. With every joyous or sad occasion comes the many flowers you’ll see on display...

From On the Minds of Moms

Her grandma yard was a masterpiece of blooming wonder. It also served as a classroom for Kelly Krenzel as a young girl. She remembers the smell of the fresh earth mixed in with the perfume of the flowers...

From Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, GF Herald

After a wedding, most of the bouquets and floral arrangements are tossed in the trash. But Kelly Krenzel has found a way to extend their life…

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