Repeat Roses and The Dwelling Place

Jennifer Grove is the founder and CEO of Repeat Roses, her creative, inspiring, and earth friendly company that recycles wedding and special event flowers to deliver a spot of joy to people who are in need in our local community. Recently, she and her company were chosen to be featured in the on-line women’s magazine, Refinery 29.

To help tell her story, Jennifer chose to have part of her interview take place at The Dwelling Place. Since March of 2016, Repeat Roses has been delivering beautiful restyled bouquets several times a month to adorn the dining room and the bedside stands of the women residents. Each week the array of flowers delivered is a delightful surprise that bring so much beauty and joy to our residents, weekly dinner guests, and the staff.

Jennifer also arranged to have bouquets delivered for us to use to decorate the tables at our 2017 Gala. Repeat Roses and The Dwelling Place have become great friends and partners.

You can learn more about Jennifer’s amazing efforts and their connection to The Dwelling Place by enjoying the video produced by Refinery 29. Along with Jennifer and her staff, Sister Joann and Tiffany, the Sunday House Manager at The Dwelling Place, are featured in the video. Enjoy and share with your family and friends.

Repeat Roses

Once your wedding is over, Repeat Roses repurposes your flowers and delivers arrangements to hospitals, shelters, and cancer treatment centers.

Posted by RSVP on Friday, March 16, 2018

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