On behalf of all the people of Ireland who will benefit from funds raised today on Daffodil Day, we would like to thank all of our thousands of volunteers and supporters who have raised vital funds for cancer patients today!
Towns and villages across the country turned yellow for what is the largest fundraising event in the Society’s calendar, helping to fund much needed care and... View details ⇨
We've had an absolutely great #DaffodilDay so far. The weather has been perfect, the volunteers have been on top form and the goodwill of the Irish public is once again proving to be without equal. We're still out collecting so please do come up, say hello and donate if you can!
Brenda was 38 when she was diagnosed with terminal cancer. Mother of 2, she bravely fought and is still with us 10 years later. She made the video below to thank the Irish Cancer Society for the work we do. The thanks belongs to our amazing supporters and volunteers who work tirelessly on days like today to raise funds to continue the fight against cancer. Have a watch: [ Youtube.com Link ]
Funds raised today on Daffodil Day will support the Irish Cancer Society's continued investment into cancer research. Thanks to research, we're making tremendous progress in the fight against cancer - more people are surviving cancer today than ever before. Dr Maeve Kiley is an Irish Cancer Society funded researcher and here she talks about the importance of Daffodil Day!
Daffodil Day is happening right now across the country! Support the fight against cancer by picking up a daffodil pin and sharing your daffodil selfie with the hashtag #DaffodilDay. With your help we can turn Ireland yellow and stop cancer in its tracks!
A huge thank you to Maureen and Pauline, pictured here today selling daffodils and pins on Baggott Street. They have been volunteering on Daffodil Day for 30 and 20 years, respectively. We can't thank you enough for your support--Daffodil Day wouldn't be possible without you and all of our amazing volunteers and supporters!
More great Daffodil Day selfies coming in from across the country! Thank you so much to everyone who's picked up a pin from one of our volunteers! Funds raised on Daffodil Day help support life-saving cancer research and provide care and support to people in every community in Ireland affected by cancer.
“I’ve beaten cancer several times” says 30 year volunteer May Ryan
“There is no comparison with Daffodil Day 30 years ago and what it is now”, says cancer survivor May Ryan (77) who has been at the forefront of Daffodil Day since the very beginning. Her extraordinary story has seen her beat cancer several times, while continuing to volunteer and support the Irish Cancer Society.