65 Roses Charity Day

Apr 3, 2021

Every year, at the end of May, Cystic Fibrosis WA celebrates 65 Roses Day, where they sell thousands of fresh roses around the state.​

The origins of 65 Roses day is a touching story, starting when a mother in the US with three boys suffering from Cystic Fibrosis sought funding support from businesses to care for them.​

One of her sons misheard her and claimed that to her that she worked for “65 Roses” rather than “Cystic Fibrosis.”​

Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease, which unfortunately has no cure, however 65 Roses Day is hoping to boost understanding, while raising funds for research.​

Trident were happy to support this cause and received a bucket of beautiful roses, which were purchased by staff and the funds then donated to this amazing cause.​

To read more about this event please visit https://www.cfwa.org.au/65roses/