The Minnesota-Dakotas Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life of persons with Alzheimer's disease, their families and caregivers through support, education, advocacy, and research until we live in a world without Alzheimer's disease.
American Swedish Institute
The American Swedish Institute, a museum and cultural center of distinguished history and international reputation serves as a gathering place around universal themes and traditions of Sweden.
The Angel Foundation (formally Minnesota Oncology Hematology Foundation) is a community based nonprofit corporation designed to support education programs and services that improve the quality of life for cancer patients and their families.
Minnesota Children's Museum
The Minnesota Children's Museum, in operation since 1981 is dedicated to providing children with a fun, hands-on and stimulating environment to explore and discover.
MN Alliance on Mental Illness
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota (NAMI-MN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of adults and children with mental illness and their families.
Sisters of St Joseph of Carondelet
Since 1851, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet Ministries Foundation have been leaders dedicated to providing a network of help and hope for all those in need. Their Twin Cities community programs provide care to more than 14,000 people each year.
The City, Inc. works with youth and families who reside in the inner-city neighborhoods of Minneapolis with a goal of building hope, opportunity and a sense of community in young people, families and communities.
Trinity Lutheran Church
Trinity Lutheran Church is a welcoming community that includes and invites everyone to share a wonderful worship life.
YWCA St. Paul
The YWCA draws together members who strive to create opportunities for women’s growth, leadership and power in order to attain a common vision: peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people.
Join the Johnson Florist Charity Partners
Why become a Johnson Florist charity partner?
- 10% of the floral purchase is returned back to to the charity partner to support your cause.
- It provides your partners with floral fulfillment from a florist with over 65 years of experience.
Don't let your team place another order with a florist that does not give you a check back.
Does our organization have to make an investment to get this return?
No. We makes available, at no cost, marketing materials to help direct your donors, corporate sponsors, and employees to use us for their floral and gift giving needs.
We will provide all the materials you'll need. All you will need is someone to help ensure that opportunities to get material included in all correspondence are not missed. The "soft" cost of inserting statement stuffers or printing our advertisements in your newsletter, setting up a link on your web page, and simple networking are all that is required on your end.
Who can become an Johnson Florist charity partner?
A charitable organization that:
- Has a valid 501 c3 certificate
- Supports humanitarian causes
- Is non-political
- Has an approved ratio of program to overhead dollars.
Can our organization or corporate sponsors set up an account to charge for our own floral needs?
Yes! Many of our charity partners have an open "house" account and enjoy the benefits of the ease of ordering and being billed monthly.
Call Tom Johnson at (651) 695-3225 or e-mail him at tom@Jflorist.com and he will be happy to get an account set up for your organization.
How do I sign our organization up?
Fill out the following form and click submit. We will contact you as soon as possible.