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The Difference You Make

Doing good doesn’t stop with the people in our business. That’s why we partner with charities carefully selected for making a difference to the causes that matter to you and our team at Arena Flowers. Over the past 15 years we’ve supported a number of charities based in the UK as well as abroad, and we’re proud to say that with your help we have contributed thousands of pounds to their incredible work. That’s why we think our bouquets mean a whole lot more than just beautiful, ethical flowers.

Our most recent charity partners

This year, we've partnered with Sue Ryder and The Lullaby Trust.

We are donating all profits from your orders of the Baby Boy and Baby Girl bouquets to the Lullaby Trust, and for Grief Awareness Week (2nd to 8th December 2023) we will donate £1 from every Celestia Christmas bouquet ordered throughout December.

Sue Ryder provides palliative care as well as grief support to those who have lost a loved one. The Lullaby Trust also supports people through bereavement, more specifically to parents and those who have lost a baby or a child. The Lullaby trust works to educate people around safe sleep for babies too.

Writing sympathy messages

We understand that some special occasions, whilst a celebration, can be difficult for many who have been through bereavement or lost a loved one, including a child. We also know that finding the right words to say when showing support to loved ones who are grieving can be difficult. To help, we worked with Sue Ryder and the Lullaby Trust to provide sympathy card writing tips for you.

How you helped in 2022

We've supported Sue Ryder’s Grief Kind campaign since 2022 where we donated £1 from every bouquet sold during Mother's Day week, and from one of our Christmas bouquets during Grief Awareness Week (2nd-8th December). That year it equated to a total of 6,691 bouquets supporting grief and care. The money we raised helps Sue Ryder to continue providing their expert palliative and bereavement services, raising enough to fund 126 of their bereavement counselling services.

Previous charity partners

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