What does 100% profit mean...
In the simplest terms, when we say we donate 100% of profits, we mean what’s leftover (aka surplus, balance, difference) after normal business expenses are deducted from all the income we derive from sales from our online floral shop.
Like all businesses (commercial or nonprofit), there are normal business expenses required to operate Lulu’s House of Flowers LLC such as employee compensation travel, cost of goods, transportation, warehousing, marketing and advertising, supplies, occupancy costs, taxes, etc.
Meet The Team
Tofu A. Pham
Tofu is probably the worst dog I ever had. Think of a sour patch kid commercial. First, she is sour then she is sweet. She will try to get away with whatever she can. She hates chicken and loves cheese. Her favorite toy is a stuffed duck she unstuffed. Tofu spends her time barking at her shadow or fighting with her sister. She will demand bark if you don't give her what she wants. We would die for her.
Lulu T. Pham
Lulu is the face of Lulu's House of Flowers. She is a sweet and cuddly pup. She can do no wrong in my eyes. She is half chihuahua and half poodle (allegedly). She loves to eat and spend her time sunbathing. Her favorite toy is a squeaky ball. Lulu loves kids and hates baths. She will do anything for her favorite treat. She is the best girl.
Kristine is shorter than many impressive sunflowers. She likes to grow lavender, rosemary, thyme, and sage at home.
She can be found at your local farmer's market in front of the flowers and pastries. Her favorite dog is a pit bull mix. She loves presenting bouquets to our customers!
Owner and Lead Floral Designer at Lulu's House of Flowers.
"I left my 9-5 job to open up an online flower shop to help animals. I'm an extreme animal lover and care deeply about our environment. I have a BA in Environmental Studies and I've been a vegetarian most of my life! Lulu's House of Flowers has values directly correlated to my own. I put 100% of my effort to create something that I'm proud of so you can be proud of choosing us! "