Salvation Army kicks off Flowers of Hope
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – Today the Salvation Army began their Flowers of Hope program bringing joy and hope to Chattanooga’s under served communities.
The event was created by the Salvation Army’s Women’s Auxiliary.
They gather each month to provide floral arrangements and notes of encouragement to those who need to be lifted up.
The flowers are donated from local florists and grocery stores in the area.
They are delivered to nursing homes, hospitals, and outreach facilities.
Cindy Hindmon, the President of the Salvation Army’s Women’s Auxiliary said, “I’ve been doing volunteer work with the Salvation Army since 2012. I’m a servant, I like to serve, I like to give. This is just a good pick me up, it makes people happy, that’s why we do it.”
Please contact the Salvation Army if you would like to get involved in the Flowers of Hope program.