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Corporates can reap benefits of volunteering on Daffodil Day

Volunteers selflessly contribute their time to help beat cancer. Learn more.

Develop skills, build relationships and give back all in one day – Daffodil Day. On August 24, hundreds of volunteers will hit the streets, shopping centres and train stations across the state to help raise funds for lifesaving cancer research – and Cancer Council Queensland is calling for businesses to come on board and support…

Daffodil Day set to deliver for all Queenslanders, all cancers

More than 220,000 Queensland cancer survivors will be honoured tomorrow on Friday August 25, marking 31 years since Queensland’s first Daffodil Day campaign. Released by Cancer Council Queensland on the eve of Daffodil Day, the latest data confirms there are over 220,000 Queenslanders alive today after being diagnosed with cancer during the past 30 years…

Married at First Sight star shines spotlight on cancer ahead of Daffodil Day

Married at First Sight’s Nadia Stamp has put her quest for love on hold this month and instead devoted her time to making a difference in the fight against cancer! The reality TV star has teamed up with Cancer Council Queensland to show her support for Daffodil Day (August 25), as an official ambassador of…

Daffodil Day: buy a bear, a pen, a pin

Next month Daffodil Day (August 25) will bloom in Queensland, with hundreds buying flowers and merchandise to raise funds for locals affected by cancer. Locals are being urged to save the date and pre-purchase Cancer Council Queensland’s exclusive 2017 ‘Fireman’ Dougal Bear, an enamel pin, and a daffodil-themed pen, before the day. Cancer Council Queensland…

Daffodil Day blooms in Queensland for another year

Cancer Council is gearing up to turn Queensland yellow next month and celebrate 31 years of the state’s most iconic campaign, Daffodil Day! Cancer Council Queensland will celebrate the fundraising campaign during the entire month of August, with the official Daffodil Day date falling on Friday, August 25. Cancer Council Queensland CEO Ms Chris McMillan…

Daffodil Day – 30 years strong

This month Cancer Council is celebrating 30 years of Daffodil Day – that’s 30 years of painting Queensland yellow to grow hope for a cancer free future. With the help and support of our volunteers we hope to raise $1.5 million throughout August for our work in cancer control – with the official day held on Friday, August 26.

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