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Your support of the Daffodil Ball helps the Canadian Cancer Society fund life-saving research, lead prevention initiatives and deliver caring compassionate support and information to people affected by cancer.

With more impact against more cancers than any other cancer charity, the Canadian Cancer Society is your best partner against cancer and in the fight for life.

Together we can change cancer forever.

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  • Daffodil Ball Kelowna

    The Daffodil Ball is one of the Canadian Cancer Society's signature fundraising events. This stunning black-tie dinner, dance and auction has become a leading date in the Okanagan Valley's social diaries and always sells out fast. 

    As one of the Okanagan's most high-profile events, the Daffodil Ball attracts over 150 guests - affluent business and community leaders, primarily within the 35 to 60 age range.

    The 2015 Daffodil Ball is organized by a Steering Committee of dedicated business and community leaders and prominent philanthropists, led by Rick Pushor and Una Gabie.

    We are thrilled to announce that $220,000 was raised at the 11th Annual Daffodil Ball.

    For more information, please visit daffodilballbc.com or call 250.762.6381. 

  • Daffodil Ball Vancouver

    The Daffodil Ball is one of the Canadian Cancer Society's signature fundraising events. This stunning black-tie dinner, dance and auction has become a leading date in Vancouver's social diaries and always sells out fast.

    The 20th Annual Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Ball will be held on Saturday April 16, 2016 at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver.

    The 2016 Daffodil Ball is organized by a Gala Committee of dedicated business and community leaders and prominent philanthropists, led by Carly Monahan and Jennifer Traub.

    For more information, please visit daffodilballbc.com or call 604.675.7339.

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