2023 Poinsettia Week

At Agape House, we dedicate this time of year to saying “Thank You!” Last week, to thank our supporters, over 800 poinsettia plants were delivered, and hundreds of calendars were mailed to people and businesses. The recipients faithfully helped transform the lives of Agape House families this past year.

I was curious about the significance of the poinsettia plant. Google tells me (and everything on Google is the truth wink, wink) that the poinsettia plant is the December birth flower and symbolizes good cheer and success. That is precisely what the plants from Agape House did; they thanked people for impacting people’s lives, giving them a chance at success. People who received the plants told us, “The poinsettias kick off my Christmas season,” and “Now, I know Christmas is here- now, it is time to decorate!”

We want to thank the countless businesses, churches, and individuals who made 2023 Pointsettia Week a success. If we forget to list you, please let us know, we are grateful for all of the hands that made this past week fantastic.

Amy Buettner – Inducted as the 2023 queen of poinsettias


Thank you Amy Buettner & volunteers!

Thank you!

  • ServiceMaster
  • Hyland Group / EXP Realty
  • Bergamini Group / Keller Williams Realty
  • Prescott Association of Area Realtors Community Outreach
  • Civiltec Engineering
  • Lowe worked with Altman Plants, who gave us hundreds of free plants.
  • Heights Church (took 150 plants, shared a video in services, and provided volunteers to help)
  • Hilton Garden Inn gave us parking lot access for our staging area
  • Restoration Church (the staging site in Prescott)
  • The Porch Coffee Shop (Yay, coffee!)
  • Prescott Valley Christian Church (the staging site in Prescott Valley)
  • SmartGirls
  • Allied Electric
  • The Ridge Church

Approximately 60 volunteers unloaded semis, unloaded and staged the sites, drivers, delivery people, and the onsite help delivered the over 800 plants.



Your year-end donation saves & changes lives!

Thank you for remembering those families served at Agape House throughout the holiday season.