Cancer Council’s iconic fundraising event, Daffodil Day, will take place on Friday August 24 to raise funds for life-saving cancer research.
This year the event celebrates 32 years, with Cancer Council aiming to raise more than $1 million for cancer research in NSW alone.
Community relations coordinator for Cancer Council’s Lower Mid Coast region, Katie Mead said that while cancer research has made some extraordinary breakthroughs over the years, with treatments improving all the time, there are still cancers with low survival rates and limited treatment options.
“Support for Daffodil Day ensures that we're investing in cutting-edge, life-saving research to improve cancer outcomes now, and for future generations. Cancer Council works across every aspect of cancer, but we rely on the generosity of Gloucester community donations to fund our work,” she said.
Dedicate a daffodil to someone you love this Daffodil Day at the stall held at 38 Church Street, Gloucester out front of Bowe and Lidbury Agents or visit www.daffodilday.com.au/dedicate.
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