Tag: Daffodil Day

Young Caucasian woman and Indigenous man at the beach holding daffodils.

This year’s Daffodil Day has been impacted by the current COVID situation. But you can still support us in three ways.

Daffodil Day Ambassador Renata Gortan shares her breast cancer experience in her blog, When Life Goes Tits Up. In 2015, at just 32, the popular Daily Telegraph journalist and food reporter was diagnosed with grade three, invasive, HER1 positive breast cancer. Chemotherapy, surgery and radiation followed suit. Two years ago, after Renata completed active treatment, she […]

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Associate Professor Claire Wakefield (above) and her team at the University of NSW have revealed new data that shines a light on the quality of life of childhood cancer survivors: they have shown that over 8 in 10 childhood cancer survivors develop at least one so-called late effect – meaning […]

  Cancer Council volunteers Margaret and Linda Bunting For Cancer Council volunteer Linda Bunting this year’s Daffodil Day theme, For Someone I Know has a special meaning. On Friday 26 August Linda will be dedicating a daffodil to her biggest inspiration, her mother in law Margaret, who volunteered for Cancer Council NSW for 24 years. […]