Winston Flowers “Charity in Bloom” Supports Lovin’ Spoonfuls with Custom Late Summer Floral Arrangement

Throughout the month of August 2013, Winston Flowers is proud to contribute 20% of retail proceeds from its designated Charity in Bloom arrangement to Lovin’ Spoonfuls food rescue.

Dedicated to a simple, yet profound, mission, Lovin’ Spoonfuls is a Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to eradicating hunger across Massachusetts by rescuing perishable, unserved food from farms, supermarkets, restaurants and other retail outlets and delivering it to local crisis centers and social assistance organizations so they can feed wholesome, healthy food to those who need it the most. Every day roughly 40% of all food is wasted, but if only 5% of that were saved, hunger would be eradicated. Every day is a food revolution for Lovin’ Spoonfuls because the food is out there, and it’s their mission to “go get it!”

“We are thrilled to be working with Winston Flowers through their Charity in Bloom program,” said Ashley Stanley, Founder and Executive Director of Lovin’ Spoonfuls. “Ending hunger IS possible, and it’s because of the wonderful support from local businesses and organizations like Winston Flowers that we can continue to make that goal a reality each and every day.

August’s radiant Charity in Bloom arrangements celebrate the season and the mission of Lovin’ Spoonfuls with a profusion of sunset hued roses and a tuft of aromatic locally grown herbs.  Arrangements are available in price points ranging from $80.00 – $150.00.

To purchase these arrangements, please visit or call 800.457.4901.

About Lovin’ Spoonfuls:
Headquartered in Boston, MA, Lovin’ Spoonfuls is a 501c3, non-profit organization that facilitates the recovery and distribution of perishable and unserved foods that would otherwise be thrown away and wasted. We deliver this food directly to local crisis centers, soup kitchens and other social assistance entities. Lovin’ Spoonfuls was incorporated in 2010, and is committed to do its part to help eradicate hunger in Massachusetts.