We're showing our Flower Power by fundraising for The Daffodil Day Appeal, to support advancements in life-saving cancer research.
Last year our beautiful teacher Michelle Barclay lost her battle with cancer.
We wish to honour those that are fighting cancer, those that have survived cancer and those that have lost their battle with cancer.
The St Pat's children are decorating spoons for our Garden of Hope and will dress in yellow on Daffodil day.
You can get involved and drive the Power behind the Flower by donating and providing hope for a cancer free future, not only for those impacted by cancer, but for all Australians.
With your help, we're getting closer to a cancer free future
Thanks to generous Australians like you, around $60 million is invested every year into world-class cancer research.
affected by cancer
Your donations fund access to Cancer Council's support services, so that no one need face cancer alone.
before it start
Your support is invested in cancer screening and education programs that empower people to help reduce their cancer risk.
Thank you to our Supporters
Adam And Jo Mcauliffe
Hollie & Ted Hawkins
The Buxton Family
The Jacobs Family
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TOGETHER WE HAVE ACHIEVED