Nanz and Kraft Florists

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Posted by David Kraft on February 9, 2017 Floral Design Flowers

Honoring Women Around the World


The organizers of International Women’s Day believe that no single initiative, corporation, charity, institution, or government is uniquely responsible for social change. Instead, they believe that people around the globe should stand together in solidarity to fight for justice and equality for women. Observed since 1910, International Women’s Day promotes unity, inspires reflection, encourages advocacy and urges action.

A Global Social Gathering:
On March 8, men and women alike will take part in local, regional, national and global activities of all kinds. The organizers of the celebration ask everyone to share their participation by tagging social media posts with #BeBoldforChange.

International Women’s Day is a worldwide recognition of the contributions made in the past and the present in the social, cultural, economic, and political arenas. Organized events range from a Career Fest in Nottingham to a Technical Symposium in Toronto; from a gala luncheon in Hong Kong to a Fun Run in Brisbane.

There are official events in 20 countries, 33 U.S.cities, and many online gatherings. If you are looking for a way to participate, there really is something for everyone!

Celebrate Strength With Flowers: Both the gladioli and protea flowers signify courageĀ and strength. Ask our expert floral designers to create a custom arrangement for the strong ladies you know who are changing the world.

While the event is global, right here in Louisville women are making a daily positive impact in a variety of ways. Whether they are climbing the corporate ladder or advocating for the vulnerable; mentoring our youth or raising compassionate kids – history is being made in large and small ways, every day.

Nanz & Kraft Florists has gifts, floral arrangements, and plants that will convey your admiration and support in a beautiful way. We commend the women everywhere who are striving every day to make the world a better place.