Group of good guys hands out roses to single women, widows and military wives on Valentine's Day
It's Rose Rush's eighth year making women feel less lonely on the holiday.
Rose Rush, a Spokane, Washington-based group, has been handing out roses to single women, widows, military wives and "anyone who doesn't have someone to spend" the day with for the past eight years, making the holiday of love a little less lonely for them, according to a GoFundMe campaign raising cash for the initiative.
The men make up to 400 rose deliveries per year in the Spokane area and are looking to increase that number in 2019, according to the GoFundMe account. People can nominate flower recipients by sending a message to the group's Facebook page.
Last year, the group described their efforts as a "great success" with "lots of great stories and smiles."