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There are so many ways your school can go yellow and make a difference.

Yellow is more than a colour, it’s a symbol of hope and on Daffodil Day, it’s also a way to bring your school community together and support those in our community impacted by cancer.

Choose one of our ideas or let your school come up with its own!

Go yellow ideas:

  • dress yellow for a gold coin donation on a uniform-free day
  • host an event—think quizzes, baking competitions, video game challenges, the possibilities are endless!
  • hold a book sale with funds donated to Cancer Council
  • purchase and on-sell fresh daffodils to students, staff, and parents.

Whatever you and your school choose to do, just know that every dollar you raise in support of Daffodil Day will go a long way to help the South Australians who hear the words “you have cancer” every day. The funds your school community raise will be fundamental in supporting our cancer researchers to save and change lives with better, more effective detection and treatment.

Register your school to go yellow for Daffodil Day

To support your Daffodil Day events, Twinkl has helped develop some awesome Daffodil Day themed classroom activities for students.

Twinkl resources

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