Bloodwise Charity Bouquet
Supporting those with Lymphoma and Leukaemia
Bloodwise (formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research) is the only UK charity solely dedicated to funding research into blood cancers, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma, as well as to offering support to blood cancer patients. Bloodwise's vision is to beat blood cancer and they have invested over £500 million in world-class blood cancer research since 1960 which has changed the lives of blood cancer patients and currently fund over 1,000 researchers and clinicians across over 220 active research projects.
This is a great cause, helping out some of the people who need it most. So we're proud to have put together a bouquet of vibrant red flowers to help spread awareness and raise funds for Bloodwise. So we're donating all the profits (a minimum of £3.50) from every one of these bouquets which we sell to the amazing people over at Bloodwise. Your support will help them tackle blood cancer head on, and get closer to a world without blood cancer.
Bright red flowers to show your support
To help spread awareness and raise funds for Bloodwise, the largest charity in the UK dedicated to funding research and supporting patients living with blood cancer, we have designed this beautiful bouquet with bright red fresh roses upon the perfect backdrop of green fresh foliage. We've put in a lovely mix of the most vibrant red flowers available - red roses, red germini, red carnations and red hypericum all do their bit to make this into an absolutely lovely bunch of flowers!And just like any other Clare Florist bouquet, when you order this stunning red selection, we will get the flowers to you in sublime condition with FREE next day delivery to any location, anywhere in the UK. Our expert florists will carefully hand-tie and pack these flowers with meticulous attention to detail, making sure that it arrives at the door of your chosen recipient in wonderful condition.
Lily O'Brien Chocolates 230g
12'' Teddy Bear
Although we try to keep the colours the same as shown in the picture above, on very rare occasions these may have to be changed.