World Daffodil Day

Friday 23rd August 2019 is World Daffodil Day. Why are Daffodils a symbol in the fight against cancer? Daffodils are a worldwide symbol of life.

In some way and at some time, cancer touches everyone in the entire world. Daffodil Day is a time of hope where we come together to show our support for the 145,000 Australians  diagnosed with cancer each year. Daffodil Days are held to raise the awareness of cancer and how to avoid it. Other goals of World Daffodil Day are to raise funds for cancer research, raise public education and awareness, and to help those affected by this deadly and devastating disease.

If you are out and about, buy some daffodils from one of the many Cancer Council Daffodil Day stalls and remember those you love.

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Betty Whitehurst

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