Whether you sell pens and pins in your office, or buy our famous Dougal bear for a friend, Daffodil Day merchandise is a great way to drive the message home and help raise funds to fight cancer.
DAFFODIL Day is one of Australia's best known and most popular fundraising events.
Every year, supporters and volunteers come together in the community to sell daffodils and merchandise.
You can show your support by wearing a daffodil pin, or by joining the fundraising efforts.
Merchandise is on sale online throughout July and August, but you can donate at any time.
Every day over 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer. Whether it's helping people today, or being there for those who will need us tomorrow, Cancer Council works across every aspect of cancer, conducting and funding vital cancer research, providing support services, prevention programs and advocacy.
Cancer research has made some extraordinary breakthroughs over the years, and treatments are getting more successful all the time. And it's only through the support of people like you.
An easy way to raise more money is by making the most of the official Daffodil Day merchandise.
Whether you sell pens and pins in your office, or buy our famous Dougal bear for a friend, merchandise is a great way to drive the message home.
Every item sold helps fund research, support services, prevention programs and advocacy, to those affected by cancer.
Every year, thousands of volunteers all over Australia join us to hit the streets, shopping centres and train stations and raise vital funds for Cancer Council.
You can volunteer close to home, work, or in your local community – there are plenty of options to suit your availability!
During your volunteer shift you'll be selling merchandise and fresh daffodils and collecting much-needed donations.
No sales experience is necessary – just your enthusiasm and willingness to participate.
It's a fantastic fun and feel-good day out and we'd love for you to be part of it!
To donate or further info on volunteering, go to daffodilday.com.au