You may remember the story we brought you back in February of a Lake Worth flower shop badly damaged in an electrical fire.
Now, months later, the owners of "A Flower Patch" are slowly getting back on their feet.
Volunteers from the community have been donating materials and working to rebuild the majority of the shop that was destroyed in the fire.
The shop's owners hope to be back to business as usual within a few months. Though it's a bit longer than they originally expected.
The shop is now hoping to qualify for a $250,000 grant and you can help!
Vote for "A Flower Patch" online by visiting https://www.missionsmallbusiness.com/ and clicking "support."
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