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The daisy is symbolic of these tender lives, a bloom of unquestionable innocence and youth.  With each seed planted, the heart of those sweet souls that we lost will continue to bloom.


We hope, with so many families touched with this tragedy, to open up communication and to begin healing,  Mothers, fathers, teachers, mentors, friends, and the community are all deeply affected by those lost. This is a time to share in a non-judgemental and safe space.  



An opportunity to raise awareness, to inspire change, and to destigmatize the subject of mental health, especially for the pre-teens and teenagers in our lives.



you've likely seen brightly orange-colored marigolds in flower or vegetable gardens many times before, but did you know that certain species of marigold flowers actually have many impressive health benefits as well?


A particular species of marigold flower, Calendula officinalis (commonly just called calendula or “pot marigold”), is used to make healing herbal ointments, teas, tinctures and topical treatments that have been in existence for almost 1,000 years.


While marigolds of the target genus are usually planted in gardens to repel bugs, add color and give off a pleasant smell, marigolds of the Calendula genus are utilized for their many anti-inflammatories, antispasmodic and antifungal compounds. (1) In fact, according to a report published in Pharmacognosy Review, more than 200 different commercial and medical formulations now contain concentrated calendula marigold extract. (2)


Benefits and uses for Calendula officinalis marigolds include treating conditions, such as rashes, allergies, eczema, and dermatitis; pain, swelling and redness caused from muscle cramps, muscular injuries or sprains; eye inflammation and itchiness caused by conjunctivitis; and fungal infections, including athlete’s foot, candida, ear infections and ringworm.