Just a few hours out of your day is all it takes to help save a life.
Volunteering your time this Daffodil Day can contribute to funding vital research towards finding a cure for cancer.
“Volunteers are crucial, they make up 95 per cent of our organisation,” Cancer Council Western NSW Communications and Events Co-ordinator, Brianna Carracher, said.
“Daffodil Day is a national day for Australians to show they care about beating cancer and an opportunity to contribute to a brighter, cancer-free future.”
Miss Carracher said they are currently seeking volunteers to help sell fresh daffodils and merchandise on August 28.
If you want to volunteer on Daffodil Day or assist the Cancer Council in other projects, contact 6937 2600.
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