Love to be Green is a community organization that promotes sustainable living and works towards making the world a better place. Recently, they organized a field basket workshop to educate people about the art of floristry while also supporting a noble cause. The entry fees collected from the workshop went to the Michael Lewis Foundation, a charity that supports people with diabetes. We commend Sue and everyone involved for their efforts to make a difference in the world.
The workshop was a fun and interactive way for people to learn about creating beautiful floral arrangements. Participants had the opportunity to work with fresh flowers, foliage, and natural materials to make their own unique creations. Love to be Green provided all the necessary tools and materials, and expert florists were available to guide participants through the process.
The best part of the workshop was that all the entry fees went to the Michael Lewis Foundation, which provides support to people with diabetes. Love to be Green is committed to supporting good causes and using their events as a platform to raise awareness about important issues. The workshop was a perfect example of how community-driven initiatives can make a real difference in people’s lives.
It is heartening to see organizations like Love to be Green taking the time to organize events that bring people together for a good cause. The workshop not only provided a fun and educational experience for participants but also raised much-needed funds for a worthy charity. It is inspiring to see how creative thinking and a passion for sustainability can be used to make a positive impact in the world.
We would like to thank Sue and everyone involved in organizing the workshop for their hard work and dedication. Their efforts are a shining example of what can be achieved when people come together to make a difference. We hope to see more events like this in the future, and we encourage everyone to get involved and support good causes in their communities. Together, we can make a real difference in the world, one workshop at a time.