Flower Subscriptions benefit the Wounded Warrior Project on SendHoney.com
We want to honor the warriors who fought and continue to fight to make our country the greatest in the world
I remember walking down the parade line and taking my seat at my high school graduation; My principle took the stage and started the show by saying he wanted to recognize the kids in our class who had enlisted to serve our country and agreed to leave for bootcamp following our graduation. He began calling out the name of each kid in our class. After each one stood, a thunderous applause erupted from the crowd. At the end, when they were all standing, the crowd rose to their feet and gave those kids a standing ovation. It was an amazing moment. Just a short time after the September 11th attacks when everyone in the United States was feeling their most patriotic. Many of us didn’t know where to place that anger and patriotism. Those kids did — and everyone in that building showed a level of respect and admiration for them. It almost brings me to tears now just writing about that moment.
SendHoney.com was a thought that popped out of one of my best friends minds who was in the United States Navy. He was frustrated because, while deployed, he understandably had a lot going on and missed his wedding anniversary with his wife. He didn’t even have a spare moment to conduct the act of ordering flowers for her from the internet. She understood the duty he had signed up for. But, he felt terrible.
We created SendHoney.com to deal with this exact issue head on. SendHoney.com allows you to create a flower delivery schedule for life by taking 2 minutes to fill out 1 simple form. Filling out this 1 simple form will create a flower subscription for your loved ones so you’ll AT LEAST have flowers delivered to them on their birthdays, anniversaries, any other special occasion you can think of, or ‘just because’ on a monthly basis.
At SendHoney.com, we’re making another public promise — 50% of any subscription revenue we generate in 2020 will be donated to The Wounded Warrior Project. We’re doing this out of the respect and appreciation for my best friend, for those kids in my high school that fearlessly stepped up when we were attacked, and for all of those other warriors out there who work so hard to keep our country safe, free, and the greatest in the world.