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  • Become a box supporter

     

    Show your support by displaying one of our merchandise counter boxes in your workplace for the month of August.  

    The funds raised from the sale of merchandise will help fund life-saving research to give South Australians the best chance of surviving cancer.

    Cancer Council estimates that 1.9 million Australians will have a personal history of cancer by 2040; that’s an additional 800,000 people living with or beyond cancer. We need to act today to safeguard the lives of our future generations.

    Place your order today and receive FREE delivery* thanks to our incredible Daffodil Day partner, StarTrack! 

    Merchandise will be dispatched throughout July and early August. 

    Merchandise counter boxes are available on consignment—no upfront cost required. There is limited stock available, so get in quick!

    Daffodil pins are tax deductible.

     


     

    *Free delivery to metro suburbs only
     


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  • Fundraising Events

    Fundraising Events

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    Q&A with Dr Julia Morris

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