Today, you can expect a sea of yellow thanks to the Cancer Council’s annual Daffodil Day campaign.
The vibrant flower has long been a symbol of hope across the globe. In China, the flower remains a sign of good fortune. While in Japan, it symbolises joyousness. Today, on August 25, the daffodil represents the hope of creating a cancer-free future.
Every day, thousands are diagnosed with some form of cancer and it remains one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. But the hope of curing cancer remains strong.
Recent cancer research has made some extraordinary leaps and treatments are getting more and more successful.
By purchasing a bouquet of daffodils or donating as little as $5, you can help to support further cancer research, patient treatments and support services for those affected by the disease.
Daffodil Day merchandise is also available for purchase, and donations, no matter how big or small, can be made online.
By supporting Daffodil Day, you can helping to create a brighter, cancer-free future.