IS BIGGER THAN CANCER
No other cancer charity does what we do. When you donate, you help us fund life-changing support programs, groundbreaking research and advocacy efforts that help all Canadians live healthier lives.
Fresh cut flowers
With your support, we can help people with cancer see life beyond their diagnosis. When you buy fresh flowers, you’re helping people affected by cancer live their lives more fully.
Yaslyma’s story of hope
Diagnosed with cancer 17 years ago, Yaslyma was told she only had 6 months to live. Learn more about her story of and why she believes that life is bigger than cancer.
WHY SUPPORT THE DAFFODIL CAMPAIGN?
The daffodil is resilient. It survives our harsh winters and is the first flower to bloom in the spring – a time of renewal and hope. The daffodil is a symbol of strength, courage and life. During our annual Daffodil Campaign, Canadians rally around this symbol and take action to support groundbreaking research and support programs that make life better for those affected by cancer.
YOUR ACTIONS SPEAK
LOUDER THAN CANCER
We are the only national cancer charity to fund life-saving research into all types of cancer. No one else does what we do, but we need your support. This spring, volunteer to be part of our Daffodil Campaign so that we can continue to improve the lives of all Canadians affected by cancer.
Discover stories that show why your support matters
A childhood cancer survivor shares her story
Diagnosed with cancer at 13, Sabrina shares her journey and the impact of childhood cancer.Learn more
A place to call home while facing cancer
Cynthia and Mike share how they found comfort and support while staying at Canadian Cancer Society lodges during their cancer treatment.Learn more
How connecting with cancer survivors can make a difference for patients
When Kathy was faced with a breast cancer diagnosis, she found support by speaking with survivors through the Canadian Cancer Society’s Peer Match Program.Learn more
Cancer research advancements provided hope to this dad
Denis heard the words, “you have cancer”, three times in his life. But, cancer advancements provided him hope throughout his journey.Learn more