Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Daffodil Day - 25 August

Cancer affects nearly one in three Australians. Daffodil Day is Australia's flagship national event to support those affected by cancer and to inspire hope for our future.
In the Southern Hemisphere, Daffodil Day is the largest merchandise based fundraising event of its kind for cancer research, education and patient support
The Canadian Cancer Society originally created Daffodil Day in the early 1980s. Presently claiming international significance, Daffodil Day is hosted by cancer charities in seven western countries across the globe.
The event has given the daffodil world-wide significance as an accepted and positive symbol for the heroic efforts made by cancer patients.

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