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  • Get to Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Chai Lifeline New York

    We are thrilled to partner with Chai Lifeline New York, an amazing organization which helps over 1,500 seriously-ill children and their families in the NYC-area.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Asylum Seeker Assistance Project (ASAP)

    ReVased is happy to be partnering with the Asylum Seeker Assistance Project (ASAP) based in Washington, D.C. ASAP is a nonprofit dedicated to providing services for approximately 50,000 asylum seekers in the D.C. area. 
  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: DOROT NYC

    ReVased is excited to be partnering with DOROT NYC. DOROT is a nonprofit organization whose work is aimed at providing services to the elderly population.
  • ReVased Stands With the Black Community 🌷

    We are extremely troubled by recent events in our country. The unjust and wrongful murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have brought to the forefront, yet again, the injustice and inequality faced by many of our Black sisters and brothers.

    Over the past few days, we have been listening. And learning. And donating. And we will continue to do so. Black lives matter, and we are doing everything we can to support the Black community. 

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Ronald McDonald House of Greater Washington DC (RMHCDC)

    ReVased is excited to be working with and supporting the mission of the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Washington DC (RMHCDC). The institution is committed to aiding families with children suffering from different illnesses.

  • Get to Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Volunteering Untapped

    We are excited to share our partnership with Volunteering Untapped, an organization aimed at improving Baltimore through increasing volunteerism.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic

    Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic was one of our first ReVased non-profit partners and it has been so rewarding to work with this amazing organization! Chai Lifeline is a non-profit providing comprehensive care and support services to children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

  • Happy Earth Day!

    For the past 50 years, April 22nd has been the annual day set to bring awareness to the global climate crisis and various challenges our planet faces. Unlike previous years, in which Earth Day has been marked by large demonstrations, this year it is going virtualSustainability is a core value of ReVased and guides our work. 
  • Flower Industry Not Immune to COVID-19 Impact

    As COVID-19’s impact sweeps over the world, it has undoubtedly changed the way we live our lives and the various sectors that make up our economy. The global flower industry is no exception.

  • Get To Know Our Non-Profit Partners: Sitar Arts Center

    ReVased is excited to be working alongside the Sitar Arts Center in Washington, D.C. and help further its mission of providing a multidisciplinary arts education to local youth members, 80% of which come from low-income households.

  • COVID-19 Update: Temporary Service Pause

    Unfortunately, given NY Governor Cuomo's and MD Governor Hogan's announcements of the New York and Maryland statewide shutdowns of all non-essential businesses, we must pause our New York City, Baltimore, and D.C. services at this time. The health and safety of our community - including our customers, partners, and staff - is our top priority. We are committed to doing everything we can to mitigate this outbreak and that includes a full commitment to social distancing.

  • Happy Spring!

    With all the craziness in the world, now more than ever, it’s important to take a step back and think of the small things that give us hope. The season of Spring symbolizes many things such as rebirth, joy, and growth. These past few weeks have been rough, but let’s not forget all the potential for growth that difficult times provide. Instead of staying hopeless and scared, we must launch up from our deep roots, like flowers in the springtime, and grow into our best selves. Take a walk outside and notice those little buds blossoming into full grown flowers!