Like the resilient daffodil, your donation is a symbol of hope. It will ensure help is there when it is needed the most by funding the most promising cancer research, providing a compassionate support system for people affected by cancer and shaping health policies to prevent cancer.
Every spring, the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) Daffodil Campaign rallies Canadians to support and remember those affected by cancer. And with nearly one in two Canadians diagnosed in their lifetime, almost all are impacted in some way.
Cancer hasn’t stopped being a life-threatening disease during the COVID-19 pandemic, so they can’t stop their life-changing work either. For the second year in a row, the CCS had to suspend all their face-to-face fundraising activities in order to keep everyone safe – so your help is needed more than ever before.
Your support during this year’s Daffodil Campaign can ensure that no one faces cancer alone. From funding groundbreaking research to better prevent, detect and treat cancer to enabling a nationwide support system, together, a real difference for people affected by cancer during the pandemic and beyond can be made.
Now more than ever, the daffodil’s sunny symbol serves as a meaningful reminder for us to come together and look ahead to brighter days. The daffodil survives our harsh winters, and every spring, these resilient flowers are there, waiting to bloom. And when daffodils bloom, hope grows.
To make a donation, please visit: www.cancer.ca