What Cheer Flower Farm gives away 44,500 flowers a year to charity...
...because everyone deserves a bouquet
When you give someone a bouquet, you are telling them, "You are cared for."
The Farm was founded as a 501c3 charity in 2017 to grow, rescue and give away flowers to underserved people in stress, including:
- Patients in hospitals and hospices
- At-risk youth and seniors with dementia
- People in recovery centers and shelters
Flowers bring joy, solace and healing
“My client who was just diagnosed with breast cancer began to cry when I handed them to her. She kept insisting that I give them to someone who needed them more than she did, and I told her she did need them. She thanked me and said that no one has ever given her flowers. I LOVE What Cheer Flowers!!!!”
- Staffer at St Mary’s Home for Children
“The lady’s face just lit up. To see that someone cares enough about Meals on Wheels clientele to go to the effort of cultivating these flowers for them, I think it’s amazing.”
- Volunteer at Meals on Wheels of RI
A flower charity reviving an industrial zone
What Cheer Flower Farm is located on a 2.7 acre former factory site in Providence.
So far we have remediated 16,000 sf into organic grow fields and built a barn for event flower rescues.
In 2020, we are fundraising to remediate more of the land into growing fields and a green jobs training center.
You're invited to:
- Get your hands dirty in the fields
- Arrange flowers
- Deliver bouquets to charities
Individual artists and local arts groups are invited to create in our fields - free. Contact us to set a date.
Our annual fundraiser, featuring field tours, floral displays, live music and bubbly! Suitable for everyone, although you must be 21+ to drink.
2nd Annual Flower Festival
Held on the grounds of the Flower Farm, includes:
Flower field tours
Floral designs by top RI florists & farmers
An 18' selfie wall of flowers
Live music, food, drinks
We're expecting 1,200+ attendees. All proceeds support the Farm, a 501c3 nonprofit.
Want to be involved? Contact us now.