Renee Williams is elbow-deep in flowers.
The bubbly mum of two is feeling blessed to still be busy with bouquets and beautifully scented blooms during the coronavirus crisis when so many people have lost their livelihoods.
She said the community's kind heart was the reason her business was still open.
"It's just been really beautiful - people have been wanting to send and give love at this time," Renee said.
But with Mother's Day approaching - traditionally a busy time for florists - she is hoping to spread the love a little further by raising funds for Border Trust's annual Local Giving Month in May.
Renee, who is no stranger to supporting her community, said she was inspired by the work of the Trust.
"The difference they have made to so many people is just extraordinary and I know there are many others that would benefit from their work," she said.
"If there is any chance to make a difference in this world, it's now.
"People are sending flowers to say 'I'm thinking of you' and as much as flowers are a gorgeous gift, sending money to a worthy cause on behalf of your mum would be even better."
Border Trust chair Grace Churches is "blown away" by the generosity of individuals and business owners particularly given the huge financial, physical and social impacts of COVID-19.
"Historically May has been our major fundraiser where we encourage the local community to give back and at the end of the month we have the Big Give where we will distribute all our grants for 2020," she said.
"This year is a bit different and we are running a social media campaign featuring people who have been involved with Border Trust either as recipients or contributors.
"We will be sharing their stories and why it's important to give where you live."
Border Trust has distributed more than $1.65 mIllion to the community since 2005.
Renee hopes to add $1000 to that tally and if she reaches her target, has pledged to also donate her undyed hair to Sustainable Salons.
LIke many others, she is juggling her business and schooling at home after being forced to let go of her staff during the coronavirus.
But Renee believes there's always time to care.