Hi! My name is Grace. I am a Flower Angel!
I am the official mascot of Flower Angels USA.
My goal is to spread flowers and love to everyone who needs a little sunshine.

I visit nursing homes, hospice care, and hospitals, bringing bouquets and love to people who need to know that someone cares for them. Our beautiful bouquets are made and delivered by volunteers just like you.

Watch this video that captures the heart and soul of our mission…

WCVB Channel 5  News:

Flower Angels brighten days of nursing home patients.

WCVB Coverage of Flower Angels USA

WCVB Coverage of Flower Angels USA


This Flower Angel is GREEN…I am a flower recycler

Even though my Angel dress is purple, my mission is to recycle gently used flowers from weddings, memorial services, events, and grocers. My Flower Angels USA volunteers take these (often) oversized floral arrangements and make new bouquets that we deliver all over Cape Cod.

Anything that’s left over is recycled. Want to learn more? Read our article.

Flower Angels collaborates with our differently-abled community

Our Community Connections and Cape Abilities differently-abled communities join us in our loving, supportive environment helping with the many responsibilities needed to keep our mission going strong.

Flower Angels USA visits all over Cape Cod.

We are 100% founded by Cape Codders for Cape Codders. Our founder, Suzanne Carter has run businesses on Cape Cod for decades. Read more about why she founded this charitable organization.

Want to find out more?

You can learn about volunteering or donating here.


Go to our Frequently Asked Questions page where we answer many of the most common questions we get.

Recipient of the Rotary’s Club Paul Harris Fellowship.

Paul Harris Fellow Award - Suzanne Carter

Paul HArris Fellow Award

Flower Angels Wins Myra Kraft Community MVP Award!

MVP-Logo-300x178The Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards honor individuals who exemplify leadership, dedication and a commitment to improving their communities through volunteerism. Through the program, non-profit organizations throughout New England have the opportunity to reward their hard-working volunteers for the invaluable time and support they provide to their communities. This year’s award winners range in age from 17 to 83, represent all six New England states and have dedicated their time to support a wide variety of causes such as education, healthcare, homelessness, military, violence prevention, youth sports, and more.