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  • Get your school involved

    Schools just like yours can make a difference by hosting an event throughout August, or by taking orders or selling fresh daffodils on Daffodil Day, Friday 23 August.

    Yellow Events might include a casual clothes day, a morning tea, a themed disco—it’s completely up to you. Every event is a way that you can help reduce the impact of cancer in your community and beyond.

    Register your school below to spread hope and help fund research that’s saving lives. Plus, you’ll go in the draw to win some amazing prizes. Check out the downloadable resources below to promote your event and make an even bigger impact.

    Downloadable resources: 

    •    Colour in the daffodils

    •    Dress Yellow poster 

    •    Make your own daffodil

    •    A3 Daffodil Day poster #1

    •    A3 Daffodil Day poster #2

    •    Talking to kids about cancer information booklet

     

    For more information, please contact our events team on 1300 65 65 85 or at events@cancersa.org.au


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