Daffodil Awareness month 1 - 31 August 2018
Daffodil Day - 31 August 2018
Daffodil Day is the Cancer Society of New Zealand's annual appeal which helps fund the Society's wide range of patient and carer services, which are provided free-of-charge, including a helpline, patient transport, and cancer research.
Daffodil Day symbolises all New Zealanders coming together in the fight against cancer. Here's how you can get involved:
This year we've made it easier than ever to raise funds for the Cancer Society in the lead-up to Daffodil Day. We have two online fundraising portals which will allow community groups to register and collect donations.
There's no need to wait until 31 August to support Daffodil Day. Register your event, team, workplace, or yourself to become a Daffodil Day Virtual Collector today!
Become a Daffodil Day Volunteer
Daffodil Day is the largest national fundraising day for cancer support services, research, patient and family support in New Zealand.
If you can spare some time on Friday 31st August or Saturday 1st September, please sign up to volunteer. You can choose a time and place to collect that suits you.
If you would like to learn more about what being a Daffodil Day collector involves, Click Here!
Gisborne Daffodil Day
To learn more about the Gisborne Daffodil Day please contact Stacey Williamson at email@example.com
Hawke's Bay Daffodil Day
To learn more about the Hawke's Bay Daffodil Day please contact Amber McArthur at firstname.lastname@example.org
Manawatu Daffodil Day
To learn more about the Manawatu Daffodil Day please contact Kate Brooking at email@example.com
Taranaki Daffodil Day
To learn more about the Taranaki Daffodil Day please contact Melissa Callaghan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanganui Daffodil Day
To learn more about the Wanganui Daffodil Day please contact Annete Cox at email@example.com