HerCanberra shares their experience of receiving more than just a delivery of blossoming flowers when ordering with GG's Flowers - the socially sustainable florist measured by happiness, not profit.
In the lead up to this year’s She Leads Conference, YWCA Canberra wants to introduce one of the conference speakers, Nipuni Wijewickrema. The 2014 ACT Young Citizen of the Year and co-founder of GG’s Flowers – a socially sustainable florist that only employs people with special needs.
Co-founder Nip Wijewickrema shares her journey of having a sibiling with Down Syndrome in Canberra Times.
Read about the special deliveries with heart on the Canberra Times.
University of Canberra alumna, Nip Wijewickrema has been named Young Canberra Citizen of the Year for 2014 for her contribution to the community. She also received an award for Individual Community Service and was a joint winner of the ACT Chief Minister's Inclusion Award for Emerging Young Leaders. Read her story as a UC graduate here.
Nip Wijewickrema, co-founder of GG's Flowers, is awarded the Chief Minister's Inclusion Award.
Nipuni Wijewickrema has been named Young Canberra Citizen of the Year for her contribution to the community through the work of GG's Flowers. Read more in the Canberra Times.
GG's Flowers create beautiful arrangements and can even deliver to your door, but they’re also a socially sustainable florist – one of its kind in the ACT. Read about the flowers with a purpose via The Riot ACT.
For 15 year-old Gayana Wijewickrema, with her family by her side, her future is bright. Gayana was born with Down Syndrome but with her enthusiastic family, unemployment after high school was not an option for a young girl with so much potential - and that's how GG's Flowers was born.