We’ve all been touched by cancer. In fact, two in five Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime and one in four will die.
We are encouraging all local residents to show their support for those affected by cancer, and to remember those lost, by wearing a daffodil pin. What better way to declare our part in this fight than to wear the pin on our lapels.
On Daffodil Day, April 27, the Canadian Cancer Society is encouraging people to mark that day by doing something special for someone living with cancer or to contribute in some way to fight against the disease.
We want people who have been affected by cancer to know that they are not alone.
During the month of April, the society’s army of canvassers will be knocking on doors seeking donations. Each time they knock on a door, they are bringing a message of hope, that one day no Canadian will fear cancer. Help the society help those affected by cancer by giving generously when we come calling.
Penticton Unit – Canadian Cancer Society