Hope grows brighter this Daffodil Day

Dear Editor,

This Friday August 28 is Daffodil Day, when nearly one million daffodils will bring hope to those affected by cancer.

More than 200,000 Queenslanders are alive today after a diagnosis of cancer in the past 30 years, with thanks to your generosity.

Daffodil Day raises funds which are dedicated to helping those affected, by investing in life-saving research and vital support services for patients and the community.

More than 25,000 Queenslanders will be diagnosed this year – please give generously this Daffodil Day and brighten the life of someone you love.

With your help, we hope to raise $1.7 million for our work in the community.

Together we can beat cancer. Thank you for helping us try.

Best wishes,

Professor Jeff Dunn AO

CEO, Cancer Council Queensland

For more information, please contact:

Eliarne Iezzi, Senior Media Advisor Cancer Council Queensland

P. (07) 3634 5153