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"There's no chance of my breast cancer returning but I always worry about the secondary stage. My mother-in-law thought she was clear too but ended up getting cancer in her lungs nearly 20 years later and didn't survive.  She continues to be my inspiration for raising funds and awareness."

Linda, breast cancer survivor, who lost her mother-in-law to cancer in 2015

Please make a gift in honour of someone you know this Daffodil Day, so that families don't have to lose their loved ones.

As we prepare to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Daffodil Day this August, we are reminded of what an incredible symbol of hope this day has become. I hope that together we can improve the quality of life for people affected by cancer and their families; and that we will one day live in a world without cancer.
With 1 in 2 Australians being diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85, cancer is an experience lived by almost every family in every community. Finding ways to prevent it is therefore a challenge shared by all of us. Daffodil Day is a chance for us to come together and take up that challenge.

Thank you for your help.

Help us plan for the future with regular monthly contributions.


Will you help us save more lives and donate today?

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To make your donation by phone please call our Donor Hotline on 1300 663 936.


donate-cancerqld-for-someone-you-know

 

"There's no chance of my breast cancer returning but I always worry about the secondary stage. My mother-in-law thought she was clear too but ended up getting cancer in her lungs nearly 20 years later and didn't survive.  She continues to be my inspiration for raising funds and awareness."

Linda, breast cancer survivor, who lost her mother-in-law to cancer in 2015

Please make a gift in honour of someone you know this Daffodil Day, so that families don't have to lose their loved ones.

As we prepare to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Daffodil Day this August, we are reminded of what an incredible symbol of hope this day has become. I hope that together we can improve the quality of life for people affected by cancer and their families; and that we will one day live in a world without cancer.
With 1 in 2 Australians being diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85, cancer is an experience lived by almost every family in every community. Finding ways to prevent it is therefore a challenge shared by all of us. Daffodil Day is a chance for us to come together and take up that challenge.

Thank you for your help.