Friday 28th August 2020
Daffodil Day gives hope for the 1 in 3 New Zealanders affected by cancer
Thank you for making Daffodil Day 2019 such a huge success.
Daffodil Day is Cancer Society’s most important annual fundraiser. The money raised is used to support patients with cancer and their families, fund breakthrough cancer research and help reduce the incidence of cancer for our children and grandchildren.
Your gift of time or money on Daffodil Day makes a real difference!
If you have a great idea and would like to be involved with next year's Daffodil Day we would love to hear from you!
Daffodil Day Contacts:
OTAGO: Tracey Fleet (03) 477 7447 or Tracey.Fleet@cansoc.org.nz
SOUTHLAND: Amy Hibbs (03) 218 4108 or Amy.Hibbs@cansoc.org.nz
CENTRAL OTAGO: Shantelle Cockroft-Gerken (03) 442 4281 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraise today and help make a difference. Choose something you want to do and start a fundraising page now!
Hundreds of people in Otago and Southland take to the streets every year to support Daffodil Day and help us collect money for the Cancer Society.
We always try to find a venue and time slot that suits you; so if you have a few hours to spare, and would like to make a difference for people affected by cancer please email us to find out more about volunteering for Daffodil Day 2020
For more information contact:
OTAGO: Charlotte Molloy (03) 477 7447 or email@example.com
SOUTHLAND: Robyn Flowers (03) 218 4108 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CENTRAL OTAGO: Paige Adams 027 580 0640 or email@example.com
If you'd like to get your school or childcare centre involved in Daffodil Day 2020, contact DaffodilDay@cansoc.org.nz
You can make a donation at any time - Donate Now
Everyone affected by cancer should be able to get the support they need and your generosity this Daffodil Day will ensure they can. Thank you.
Paint Esk Street Yellow
Businesses on Esk St, Invercargill have came out in force again in 2019 to Paint Esk St Yellow and raise awareness for Daffodil Day and the Cancer Society Otago & Southland.