We hope you enjoy this edition of The Daffodil. It features just a few examples of the important work that your exceptional kindness makes possible.
Thanks to you we are funding critical support services for the 29,000 Queenslanders who are diagnosed with cancer every year, and whose condition makes them particularly vulnerable to viruses such as COVID-19. If you, or someone close to you, is concerned about the impacts of COVID-19 on people living with cancer, please be sure to read our story on page 4 and reach out to us on 13 11 20 for more information or support.Get the latest edition Make a donation
With so much additional demand on our vital support services at this time, your generosity also ensures that cancer research continues. In addition to the Accelerated Collaborative Cancer Research (ACCR) grants that you helped fund through your support of our recent tax appeal, so much incredible research happens right here in our Cancer Council Queensland offices.
We manage and fund the Australian Paediatric Cancer Registry, an invaluable service that informs the decisions of government policy makers and directs the focus of researchers working in the childhood cancer space. You can read more about the registry on page 8. With your investment we’re committed to finding the most effective ways of reducing the impact of childhood cancers.
This year due to the COVID-19 restrictions, our flagship fundraising event, Daffodil Day, will look a little bit different. We know it is a highlight of the year for many of our supporters, but there will still be plenty of ways for you to get involved – find out more on page 8.
Thank you for everything you do to support Cancer Council Queensland.Download The Daffodil Make a donation
As we reach the halfway point of the extraordinary year that has been 2020 so far, I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you for your generous support of Cancer Council Queensland.
Your support and generosity allows us to help thousands of Queenslanders impacted by cancer – thank you!
At Cancer Council Queensland we are focused on doing what we can to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Queensland. We’re continuing to run key services whilst abiding by government health regulations to ensure the safety of our community.
‘I was looking on the Cancer Council Queensland website and came across the Wig and Turban Service, so I phoned up and was given all the information I needed to make the appointment go ahead as smoothly as possible: where to park, what to bring, what to expect.’