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Take a One Night Stand Against Cancer
Support friends and family members in your community and pick up the tab for a night or two at Daffodil Place or The Lodge That Gives. For just $100 a night, you can help relieve the financial burden of a cancer diagnosis helping a family focus on treatment and support of their loved one.
About Daffodil Place
Daffodil Place is a 24-room facility operated by the Canadian Cancer Society, Newfoundland and Labrador Division, for people with cancer and their caregivers who must travel to St John’s for cancer treatments.
The Society is committed to easing the financial and emotional burden of a cancer diagnosis through support services such as Daffodil Place. Daffodil Place offers more than just a place to sleep, an in-house chef prepares three healthy meals a day, transportation to and from appointments, and large community rooms where guests can gather for an evening of entertainment and support.
Daffodil Place is more than a lodge
“This was the only peace we were able to find while the rest of our world was upside down."
Daffodil Place is a lifeline
“I was staying in St. John’s all by my lonesome because my wife was too sick to travel with me. Daffodil Place was my lifeline.”
Daffodil Place felt like home
“It is funny how one of the darkest times in your life can be one of the best times in your life, and it was all because of Daffodil Place."
About The Lodge That Gives
The Dr. Susan K Roberts Lodge That Gives is a 62-bed facility operated by the Canadian Cancer Society, Nova Scotia Division, for people with cancer and their caregivers who must travel to Halifax for cancer treatments.
The Society is committed to easing the financial and emotional burden of a cancer diagnosis through support services such as The Lodge That Gives. The Lodge offers more than just a place to sleep, an in-house chef prepares three healthy meals a day. The large dining room and lounges create a supportive community atmosphere and the Steve and Kathy Smith Programming and Wellness Area provides areas for relaxation, meditation, creation, and exercise.
Accommodations program at The Lodge That Gives offers relief for cancer patients
“Without The Lodge, the financial strain would have been too much to bear while fighting cancer."
A 24-year history with The Lodge That Gives ends on a happy note
“It was just as I remembered. The sweet, welcoming volunteers greeted me with open arms."