Daffodil Day is one of Australia’s best known and most popular fundraising events. This year, Daffodil Day will take place on Friday, August 25, 2017.
The daffodil is the international symbol of hope and by getting involved you enable Cancer Council Queensland to invest in vital research, prevention programs and patient support services.
Sadly, most Queenslanders know someone who is affected by cancer. You can give hope to those affected by getting involved in a number of different ways.
Volunteer for Daffodil Day
Can you spare a couple hours to help beat cancer this Daffodil Day? Money raised throughout your volunteer shift helps Cancer Council Queensland fund vital cancer research and support services. Register now to make a difference to the 27,000 Queenslanders who are diagnosed with cancer each year.
Order a merchandise box or fresh flowers
Where flowers bloom, so does hope! The vibrant yellow daffodil represents hope and a continuing fight against cancer. You can help by ordering a merchandise box or a box o
f fresh daffodils. With 30 bunches of daffodils in a box, you can sell them for $7 per bunch or a gold coin per stem.
Get your school involved for Daffodil Day
Throughout August children across Queensland will go yellow for a cancer free future. There are a number of different ways your School or Early Childcare Centre can get involved in Daffodil Day – dress yellow, host a yellow themed morning tea or even sell Daffodil Day merchandise. Register your school today.
Donate to Daffodil Day
We use your donation to ensure that no Queenslander has to face cancer alone. Your tax deductible donation will contribute to vital cancer research and clinical trials, support services for patients, their families and carers, and information and public education campaigns.