Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day
Friday, 28 August.

Daffodil Day is Cancer Council’s flagship fundraising event held on Friday, 28 August.

Your support on Daffodil Day allows us to continue to fund life-saving cancer research that could save the life of someone you love.

There are many ways to get involved. Volunteer your time to sell flowers and merchandise at one of our 300 sites across the state, purchase a box of daffodils to on sell in your local community or workplace, register a fundraiser at your school or early childhood centre, or make a direct donation to help support Queenslanders when they need it most.

All funds raised through Daffodil Day get Cancer Council Queensland one step closer to a cancer free future.

Get Involved

This daffodil gives us hope for a cancer free future

How you’re helping!


Donating just $15 through the purchase of a bunch of daffodils or online donation does a lot. You could help equip our ground-breaking researchers with the essential chemicals and lab equipment they need to conduct their life-saving work.


A gift of just $50 can help fund lifesaving research into using the body’s own immune system to fight cancer. Your $50 could help bring about the next wave of breakthrough immunotherapy treatments.


Purchasing a tax deductible box of daffodils can pay a Lab Assistant for a day to support a Researcher with vital laboratory testing. Research labs need all the bright minds they can get – and your support makes you a vital part of the team.


A Daffodil Day site or fundraising event that raises $500 can help support ground breaking research into new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat breast and gynaecological cancers.