Teens celebrate five years of flower deliveries to hospitals, nursing homes

"It makes me really happy to know that I'm bringing a smile on someone else's face."


Two 15-year-old girls from Baltimore, Maryland, have been putting smiles on the faces of hospital and nursing home patients by bringing them gifts of flowers for the last five years.

Abby Levin and Lexi Thomas created Flowers for Powers, a nonprofit with a mission to deliver flowers to people dealing with illness. The girls started delivering flowers when they were 10 years old. Even though they live separate lives and go to different high schools now, the girls say they've always made Flowers for Powers their top priority.

Watch the video above to see how these two teens bring joy to hospital and nursing home patients.