Fundraise at School

Show your Flower Power

Fund life-saving research and help create a brighter future for Aussie kids.

Pick a day in August that suits your school and choose from any of our many fundraising ideas like hold a dress yellow day, create a garden of hope or hold a bake-off.

 

Register your school

Register your school to get a personalised fundraising page

Then follow these steps for fundraising success: 

1. Personalise your school page

Set a goal, share what your school is doing and upload photos.

2. Download school resources

Use these to plan and promote your fundraiser. Our classroom resources will make it easy to get started.

3. Share your page

Spread the word about your fundraiser via email, social media or school newsletter.

4. Get Fundraising

Host a dress yellow day, morning tea or bake sale or have the students create a field of hope.

5. Thank your supporters

A thank you goes a long way, be sure to thank your supporters by email, phone or in person.

6. Bank your funds

If people have donated cash to your school fundraiser, simply log into your fundraising page and transfer it online.

Inspire your students with Flower Power

The Daffodil Day Appeal is Cancer Council’s most iconic and much-loved fundraising campaign. It’s a chance to bring your school community together and show students their Flower Power; their ability to create change in the lives of people affected by cancer.

Twinkl resources 

Our amazing friends at Twinkl have helped develop some awesome Daffodil Day Appeal themed classroom activities for your students.

Cancer in the school community 

For more information about supporting students, staff and families affected by cancer download our cancer in the school community guide.

Show your

and start fundraising today.

Register your school

Fundraise with your friends or workplace!

Register as an individual or a team to take on a challenge, get active in yellow, give up something you love for the month of August… the options are endless, but you can be sure your event will be life-saving.

 

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