Wear A Flower Week 10th - 16th June 2019
The sun is coming out and flowers are blooming, so it's time to get summery for Wear A Flower Week 2019.
Buy a flower, take a selfie or organise a dress down day, there are so many ways to have fun while raising funds for our cause.
Wear A Flower Week is supported by our ambassador Danny Clarke (the BBC's The Instant Gardener). Danny's sister, Margot, died of a glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) brain tumour at the age of 52.
If you’re a florist, there’s still time to take part. Download a poster and encourage your customers to text FLOWER to 70085 to donate £5*
How to get involved
Buy A Flower
Dozens of florists across the UK are supporting us.
Check out the map of participating florists and head down to your nearest shop. Buy some flowers and make a donation in store.
Take A Selfie
Everyone loves a selfie. Take a picture of you and a flower. Spread awareness online using #WearAFlowerWeek.
Don't forget to donate £5 by texting FLOWER to 70085*
On Friday 14th June, join the floral wave sweeping across the UK.
Brighten up your workplace by asking your colleagues to wear something flowery and ask for donations.
Our inspiration - Jane Packer
Jane Packer was an internationally renowned and pioneering florist whose life was sadly cut short by a brain tumour in 2011. She was busy revolutionising the world of floristry and raising a family when she was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumour that turned out to be a glioblastoma grade 4.
Following gruelling treatment, Jane was able to return to work and live a normal life until a stroke six years later heralded the return of the tumour. After she passed away in 2011, her husband, Gary Wallis, set up The Jane Packer Foundation in her memory.