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Volunteer for our Daffodil Campaign

This spring, volunteer for the Canadian Cancer Society Daffodil Campaign in your community. With the passion and support of our volunteers, no other cancer charity does what we do. We fund game-changing research into more than 100 types of cancer. We are proud to offer compassionate programs and support services – like our coast-to-coast, cancer information helpline – so no one has to face cancer alone. And we advocate to make healthy living a possibility for everyone.

For the nearly 1 in 2 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, we’re here to help. With your support, we can continue to change lives for the better. Join us by volunteering and together, we can prove that life is bigger than cancer.

Find local volunteer opportunities

We are currently recruiting volunteers to help with the Daffodil Days campaign. You can support those living with cancer in Newfoundland and Labrador by selling daffodil flowers.

How you can help:

  1. Check to see if someone is already organizing a sale of daffodils in your community or workplace.
  2. If someone isn’t selling daffodils in your community or workplace, contact your local Canadian Cancer Society office to become a community/workplace champion.
  3. Workplace Orders – St. John’s Metro Area: Interested in placing a workplace order and having them delivered to your workplace? Download a workplace order form (PDF) for delivery within the St. John’s Metro area. Note: Orders need to be submitted by Monday, April 1, 2019.

We can’t do it without you, so please contact Sarah Neil at 709-757-8536 or sneil@nl.cancer.ca if you have any questions about volunteering.

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