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“It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing.

It is not how much we give, but how much love is put in the

giving.” -Mother Theresa

Flowers are a symbol of hope and strength. ~reel of flowers/some

ROA masterpieces- please use flower boxes from Valentine’s Day

detailed shots

In a year that’s robbed us of both of these things–during a trying

time when we’ve collectively felt that all hope is lost and all

strength has faltered–our frontline workers bloomed from the

concrete, showing up when we’ve needed them the most. ~last

year recap montage~

They have shown us how love and care can have a far-reaching

impact in helping us restore our hope for a brighter tomorrow.

They have demonstrated the strength it takes to lead with

compassion, to take care of ourselves and of each

other. ~transition into arriving at facilities~

Through their tireless hard work and dedication to help improve

the lives of others, day in and day out, our frontliners have

continued to water the gardens of our health and wellbeing for

some of the most vulnerable members in our community.

It felt only fitting to shower our frontliners with a token of our

appreciation for their ongoing sacrifice and service. Thanks to our

creative partners: Making Memories who crafted custom made

stationery gift tags, SoWedding for their cinematography to help

document our special visit, and the whole team at ROA Designs

for arranging such lovely bouquets of flowers. Just as flowers are

a sign of hope and strength, so too are our essential workers.

Hope and strength are essential for us to move forward.

“Gratitude is the fairest blossom which springs from the soul.”

-Henry Ward Beecher

Roa Floral and Event Design