Posted by Cerebral Palsy Alliance on 21st Jun 2016
GG's Flowers chuck on some onesies for a day in support of the Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
When 89-year-old woman Palmira de Simone was robbed in broad daylight in her own driveway, GG's Flowers stepped in to give back to the Braddon resident. Read the story in the Canberra Times.
Watch the girls of GG's Flowers on WIN News Canberra 2016. Win News popped in for a visit of GG's HQ and sat down to chat with Lauren, Olivia and Gayana to chat about Mother's Day 2016.
Nipuni Wijewickrema's blooming business has put her among an elite group of young Australians who are changing the lives of many. Wijewickrema, 22, co-manages a Canberra florist designed to give people with special needs employment opportunities and is honoured in The Sydney Morning Herald for her efforts
BuzzFeed News spoke to the Young Australian of the Year finalists, who among them was Nip who shared the story of GG's Flowers.
Discover how Young Australian of the Year ACT, Nip Wijewickrema, changed her sister’s life – and, as a result, her own via CityNews.
Listen on ABC Canberra to hear the story of how 22-year-old Canberran, Nipuni Wijewickrema, is making a difference one flower at a time.
Nip Wijewickrema tells The Australian Women's Weekly that “In ten years I’d love to be employing hundreds of people with special needs”.
A mother’s compassion is a very powerful thing. It can inspire many, especially her family. Read about Geetha Wijewickrema and how she co-founded GG's Flowers here.
HerCanberra asked Gayana Wijewickrema of GG's Flowers to be a special contributor and to share her journey of living a fulfilling life while working with special needs.