This August, the Daffodil Day Appeal will raise funds for Cancer Council’s vital cancer research, culminating in Daffodil Day on Friday August 23.
Daffodil Day is Cancer Council’s most iconic fundraising event, with the
daffodil the international symbol of hope for everyone affected by cancer.
Money raised this year will provide more than hope to people affected by
cancer; it will fund vital cancer research that is saving lives every day.
Far North Coast residents are encouraged to get involved and show their
support for anyone affected by cancer this Daffodil Day Appeal by donating to
wear a daffodil pin or to receive fresh daffodils at one of seven sites across Clarence Valley on Friday August 23.
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