The Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Day, proudly supported by Boots Ireland is scheduled to take place on Friday, 26th March 2021. Ordinarily, it is a day for us all to join together in a show of support for people locally who are affected by cancer. In a Covid free world, a team of local and corporate volunteers would once again take to the streets to raise crucial funds to help alleviate some of the struggles cancer patients are facing.
However, with restrictions in place, this may not be possible in 2021 and we need your help. In 2021, with your assistance, we want to turn Ireland yellow for Daffodil Day. Daffodil Day is the most popular charity event in Ireland and is a chance for everyone to make a real difference to the lives of everyone affected by cancer in Ireland.
Would you consider encouraging your members to light up or decorate display windows in the businesses in your town? Your action will heighten awareness of our Daffodil Day Campaign and will draw attention to the fact that cancer has not gone away. Cancer patients all over Ireland now more than ever need our support.
This Daffodil Day you can help ensure no one in our community has to face cancer alone. Get involved now and join in the initiative to turn Ireland yellow on Daffodil Day
Together, let us turn Ireland yellow and demonstrate that we won’t give up until cancer does and that no one in your Community needs to face cancer alone.
For more information and support, please contact Ena on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 087 7381055