Daffodil Day calls for help
CANCER Council Queensland is calling on Sunshine Coast locals to help out this Daffodil Day on August 25, by selling fresh daffodils and merchandise for the cause.
Daffodil Day is one of the most iconic fundraising events in Queensland – with thousands coming together to turn the town yellow and grow hope for a cancer free future.
Cancer Council Queensland CEO Chris McMillan encouraged locals to support Daffodil Day to make a difference in the fight against cancer.
“Daffodil Day is dedicated to raising funds and saving lives, but we desperately need your help to make it a success,” Ms McMillan said.
“Whether you can volunteer for a few days, or just a few hours, every bit helps continue the success of this iconic event and gives hope to Queenslanders affected by cancer.”
Ms McMillan said across the State more than 2000 volunteers would descend on 280 locations, to help sell more than 800,000 fresh daffodils on Friday, August 25.
To volunteer at a location near you, visit www.daffodil day.com.au/volunteer.