Volunteers needed for Daffodil Day
FRIDAY, August 25 is Daffodil Day, a day when 800,000 fresh daffodils will bloom with hope for cancer patients across Queensland.
Daffodil Day is dedicated to raising funds and saving lives, but we desperately need your help to make it a success.
Today we’re asking you to help us reach our target of 2000 volunteers who want to show they care for someone in their life impacted by cancer, by helping us to sell daffodils and gather donations.
Queenslanders can select from more than 280 locations to volunteer across the state.
Whether you can volunteer for a few hours, or the whole day, your efforts will make a significant difference in our race to raise $1.4 million in the fight against cancer.
I urge you to volunteer this Daffodil Day in support of someone you know affected by cancer. Register now via daffodilday.com.au/ volunteer or call us on
1300 656 585.
Thank you for empowering us to continue our work for all Queenslanders, all cancers.
Together we can beat this dreaded disease. — Chris McMillan, CEO Cancer Council Queensland