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Local activities

Get involved in an activity in your community during Daffodil campaign. Contact your local community office to find out more.




Now until early April

Volunteer recruitment

Sign up online for volunteer shifts in your community.

April 1–30

Daffodil pin donations at participating locations

Buy a daffodil pin at retail partners CIBC, Scotiabank and Pharamasave across Nova Scotia

April 1–30

Daffodil Pin Street Teams

CCS Volunteers collecting donations. Make a donation and wear your Daffodil Pin with pride.

April 11 4pm-8pm & April 12 10am-1pm

Presales Pickup

Daffodil Presale orders will be available for pickup at locations across the province.

April 11-13

Sales of fresh flowers

Sales of fresh daffodils at various locations throughout Nova Scotia

April 1-30
Paint your workplace/school Yellow!
Host your own fundraiser at your workplace or school. For more information please contact the NS Daffodil Team at 902-423-6183 or

Workplace Giving

Workplace giving is a simple and effective way for businesses and their employees to get involved in the Daffodil Campaign and support Canadians affected by cancer. By participating in or hosting a workplace giving program for the Canadian Cancer Society, you’ll help fund game-changing research into more than 100 types of cancer and ensure we’re able to offer compassionate programs and support services – like our coast-to-coast, cancer information helpline – so no one has to face cancer alone.

Donate and buy fresh flowers. Join us and together, we can prove that life is bigger than cancer.

Your company can be any size to participate in the Daffodil Campaign. For more information on how to get involved visit or contact the NS Daffodil Team at 902-423-6183 or

Thanks to NSCC Ivany, Kingstec and Strait Area Campuses for supporting the daffodil team in making calls for our Workplace Giving campaign through their Office Administration program!



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Reducing the burden of cancer

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Canadians can help CCS fund the best research and support people living with cancer by donating and volunteering.

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