Posted by GG's Flowers on 5th Jul 2016
We are so thrilled to announce our partnership with Paperworks Inc – another social enterprise in Canberra! Paperworks Inc are not only environmentally savvy with their products, but they provide amazing opportunities for those who are less advantaged.
This not-for-profit social enterprise brings together people living with special needs or who come from low socio-economic backgrounds to create new friendships and increase social integration. Paperworks Inc products are made from recycled denim and locally harvested flowers to create beautiful handmade paper and greetings cards.
We are showing our support for this beautifully handcrafted organisation by selling their products together with our flowers – an amazing addition to a stunning bouquet! By supporting Paperworks Inc with us, you are providing individuals with amazing development opportunities as well as doing your part for the environment – it’s a win win!
You can purchase these awesome life changing cards here: http://www.ggsflowers.com.au/life-changing-cards/
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