The Cancer Society's Daffodil Day remembers those affected by cancer and raises money for cancer research, finding ways to prevent and cure cancer. Money collected also goes towards a range of support services, education and awareness campaigns and programmes for people affected by cancer.
For 30 years, the daffodil has been a symbol of hope in the fight for cancer. So make a difference this Daffodil Day and help people with cancer and their whānau. Buying a daffodil for someone you love is one of the many ways you can show your support, and get more involved this year.
If you're looking for a way to help people affected by cancer in your community and can spare some time on 28 August 2021, see how you can get involved below.
GET MORE INVOLVED THIS DAFFODIL DAY
BUY FRESH FLOWERS
Show someone how much they mean to you by purchasing some beautiful, fresh flowers direct to your workplace or doorstep. Add vibrance to your reception, staff room or retail counter, or send your valued customers a gift, while raising funds and awareness of Daffodil Day.
Order flowers online from their website today.
'You Can For Cancer' is the Cancer Society's new fundraising platform. You can find inspiring stories from communities all over Aotearoa, and plenty of resources for you to help promote your fundraiser to a wider audience. Support Kiwis with cancer and their whānau this year with a successful fundraiser.
Create a fundraiser that's right for you.
Learn new skills, meet new people and support a worthy cause, all while having fun and making a difference. Give the team a hand with their street collection, and help ensure Daffodil Day is a success throughout the country. Take the opportunity to do something for someone else, and help where you can.
Find more information about street collection.
DONATE THIS YEAR
Make a donation and you will be helping make a difference for people dealing with cancer. We've outlined each donation bracket and the direct help you will be offering.
Helps provide safe transport for cancer patients to get to their hospital appointments.
Helps provide counselling and support to people affected by cancer.
Helps provide accommodation for people travelling out of town to have treatment.
Helps fund ground-breaking research for new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.
Support Daffodil Day by purchasing from their online store. There are toys, stationery, bags, cookbooks and more.