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Volunteers Planted the Seeds of Change at the 2024 Philadelphia Flower Show!

Updated: 6 days ago

As the curtains close on another remarkable Philadelphia Flower Show, we find ourselves awash with gratitude and admiration for the incredible collective effort that has unfolded before us. From seedballs to engaging programming, each aspect of our participation has profoundly impacted our ecosystems and pollinators.

Let's take a moment to reflect on the numbers that embody our achievements:

3,000 Seedballs Crafted

These miniature powerhouses, meticulously crafted by dedicated hands, are poised to bloom and nurture our environment. Each seedball represents a tangible step towards revitalizing our ecosystems and safeguarding the future of pollinators.

Volunteer with Kids at table making seed balls.

23 Hours of Live Programming

We shared knowledge, insights, and inspiration with our community throughout nine shifts. These hours were filled with engaging discussions, informative sessions, and meaningful connections, fostering a deeper understanding of the importance of pollinators and environmental stewardship.

18 Dedicated Volunteers

United by a common purpose, our volunteer force comprises individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences. From Penn State Master Gardeners to passionate community members, each volunteer brought unique perspectives and unwavering dedication to our cause.

Kids with big magnifying glasses around the a table with volunteer

Age is Just a Number

Our youngest volunteer, aged 18, is a poignant reminder that passion knows no bounds. Their enthusiasm and commitment exemplify the spirit of our mission, inspiring others to join us in cultivating change.

Every number tells a story of dedication, resilience, and the transformative power of collective action. We have sown the seeds of change and nurtured a community bound by a shared commitment to our planet.

To every volunteer, supporter, and advocate who contributed to the success of the Philadelphia Flower Show, we extend our deepest gratitude. Your time, energy, and enthusiasm have made a tangible impact and sparked a ripple effect of change within our community.

As we bid farewell to the Flower Show, let us carry forward the lessons learned, the connections forged, and the seeds planted—literally and metaphorically. Together, we will continue cultivating a brighter future for our planet and all its inhabitants.

Kids looking through a microscope with honeycomb model in front

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