Daffodil Day – 2021
Daffodil Day falls on Friday, 27 August, you can get involved at any time throughout the month. The first Daffodil Day was held in Australia in 1986 and it’s Cancer Council’s most iconic and much loved annual campaign. As a result, it raises life-saving funds for world-class cancer research and is a time of hope where we come together to show our support for the 150,000 Australians diagnosed with cancer each year.
Why is the daffodil a symbol for cancer?
The daffodil is one of the first flowers of spring, therefore it symbolises rebirth and new beginnings. For the many affected by cancer, the daffodil represents hope for a cancer-free future.
What happens on Daffodil Day?
On Daffodil Day, thousands of volunteers take to the streets selling flowers and daffodil pins to collect funds for the fight against cancer. Likewise, many others organise morning teas and other events in their homes, local communities, and workplaces. With this year’s Covid restrictions, these events will look different, however, there is still the opportunity to donate online.
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