In 2015, Education Blossoms’ co-founder, Tanya Moore, had the opportunity to volunteer for an organization, Random Acts of Flowers, that repurposed donated flower arrangements and delivered them throughout the community.
Fast forward to 2018 when Education Blossoms’ co-founder, Pam Parkman, serving as the Executive Director of an Education Foundation, saw the need for floral design students to have fresh flowers and other supplies to enhance their learning experience.
The two women joined together and created Education Blossoms, an organization with the purpose of supporting floral design programs in schools by using donated flowers.
Education Blossoms’ mission is twofold: to inspire students by developing their potential and career skills and to create meaningful service partnerships in their community.
Education Blossoms uses recycled flowers to enhance student education, engage the community, and encourage those in need of a smile. When you partner with us, you will receive an implementation guide for our program, access to a portal that contains support resources for teachers, a certain number of communication/development hours, and a number of scheduled on-site visits for a member of our team to see your program at work, share new ideas and troubleshoot any areas of concerns.