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Helping our Communities with New Beginnings and New Lives
Saving the Endangered Monarch Butterflies
 

 
We have been granted 2,000 acres for veterans, orphans, community to develop this land for sustainabilityNEW PROJECT ALERT: 

We are entering our communities educating the battered women shelters, communities, showing how to support conservation, research, outreach to local livelihoods in a strategy to protect the Endangered Monarch Butterflies and Honey Bees.  

We are building small plot areas to raise the butterflies, at the same time teaching a system so they may teach others.  Veterans will learn and assist in future education programs we are developing.  Pay it forward and share the knowledge making our communities stronger so they may blossom from their challenges in life.
 

Blooming Butterflies * A Texas Non-Profit Organization To help confidential battered women shelters, children, families and the elderly by providing clothing and "Baskets of New Life," (beautiful handmade baskets with basic necessities delivered in person to the individuals) helping each one start a new beginning in their New Life.

Our goal is to reach as many battered, disadvantaged women, families, and elderly in our community as donations allow. Blooming Butterflies is a 501(c)(3) charitable status and uses 100% of proceeds to assist others.  All clothing donations and financial contributions made to Blooming Butterflies within the U.S. are to the extent allowed by law.
Blooming Butterflies serves women by shelter referral confidentially.  Many of our women are found by board members on an everyday routine in life.  We currently go to 12 confidential locations helping the INDIVIDUAL women, teens, children and elderly.  Together we are making a difference in their lives.

Blooming Butterflies is helping to SAVE the Endangered Monarch Butterflies.  Please help by planting butterfly weed, and nectar plants.  Go to http://www.livemonarch.org/ and learn about helping the AMAZING Monarch Butterflies. (from livemonarch.org website) Milkweed to lay eggs on is in short supply, according to our field observers, and will severely hurt the 3,000 mile Monarch migration From Central Mexico to Central Canada. Please start your seeds soon so plant materials exist for our butterflies to find on their migration route North. It is not too late to make a real difference. Please contact all your friends and get them involved in growing milkweed and protecting the caterpillars from predation. CLICK ON OUR PAGE TAB:  Save Monarch Butterflies for more information. 

They need your full support now. Millions of Monarchs and Children are counting on you.






FALL 2017 PROJECT

Developing 2,000 acres for sustainability utilizing our Veterans, building homes for our Veterans, growing organic vegetables, and so much more!!  Stay tuned for updates on this HUGE project we have been blessed to build and develop.