By Sean Delaney
This April is the 65th Daffodil Month for the Canadian Cancer Society. You can support people living with cancer and honour those who have died by wearing a daffodil pin or buying fresh daffodils.
The money raised through flower and pin sales during Daffodil Month funds critical cancer research, education and advocacy initiatives, and compassionate support programs nationwide. Volunteers will hit the streets in communities across Canada, canvassing door to door, selling pins and fresh-cut daffodils, and encouraging the public to give generously. The resilient daffodil is the first flower to bloom in the spring and is a symbol of strength, courage, and hope – a symbol made even more critical with hospitals and current uncertainty and treatment delays for people facing cancer. Now, more than ever, we need your help to make hope bloom.
Every year, the Canadian Cancer Society’s (CCS) Daffodil Campaign unites Canadians to take action for the nearly half of Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
Donate and receive a digital daffodil when you do.
You can also create your own digital daffodil, a virtual badge to print or share through your social networks to show your support for Canadians facing cancer.
Your digital daffodil can be used to honour or remember loved ones affected by cancer and inspire your networks to get involved during the Daffodil Campaign and help hope bloom. Donate today and create your digital daffodil.