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    Nature’s Flowers was founded in 1990 and sells fresh cut flower bouquets to mass market supermarkets throughout the United States.

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    Nature’s Flowers Bouquet Sales Promotion

    Nature's Flower is proud to continue its partnership with Susan G. Komen® through 2017. Specially marked bouquets are available for purchase at retailers and supermarkets nationwide during the month of October and Nature’s Flowers will donate 50 cents to Komen for each sold. The bouquets come in a variety of colors and are packaged in a special sleeve. Nature’s Flowers has committed to a minimum guaranteed donation of $100K from January 1, 2016 – December 31, 2017.


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    Nature's Flowers

    Partner Since

    2010

    Total Contributions

    $ 549 K+

    Minimum Donation

    $ 100 K

    Nature’s Flowers Bouquet Sales Promotion

    Nature’s Flowers Bouquet Sales Promotion

    Active Program Dates:
    January 2016 through December 2017

    Product:
    Specially marked flower bouquets

    Product Available for Purchase:
    Retail and grocery stores nationwide during the month of October

    Benefit to Komen:
    $0.50 will be donated to Komen for each specially marked bouquet sold
    More information about Komen’s partnership with Nature’s Flowers can be found here.

    Our corporate partners and sponsors are passionate about their involvement with us, engaging their customers, employees and communities in our mission to save lives and end breast cancer. Through their generosity, we educate millions of women and families about breast cancer and raise crucial funds for breast cancer research, education, screening and treatment. We strive to serve as a valuable nonprofit partner by developing partnerships that are beneficial for the consumer, the company and for our mission.

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