StarTrack, a business of Australia Post, is Australia's leading parcels, freight and logistics company.
StarTrack has been a long-standing partner of Daffodil Day with 2018 marking the 18th year of providing support for this important cause.
Their support has contributed over $2 million to Cancer Council Australia, allowing more funds to be put towards conducting and funding vital cancer research, providing support services, prevention programs and advocacy.
Each year StarTrack provides service in-kind to Cancer Council Australia for Daffodil Day by delivering merchandise to thousands of locations around Australia free of charge.
In addition, staff from facilities across Australia get involved by dressing up in yellow, tucking into morning teas, cooking barbeques and other fun activities to raise awareness and funds.
To further support our vision for a cancer-free future, daffodil pin merchandise will also be available for purchase from one of more than 600 Australia Post Offices around the country.
For the second year running, Shout powered by ANZ are providing more than 200 ANZ BladePay™ devices in support of Daffodil Day. As well as helping Cancer Council to raise funds at events throughout the year, these ANZ BladePay™ devices will be located at our busiest merchandise stands across every state and territory.
The Shout app on ANZ BladePay™ accepts payments with the tap of a card or mobile wallet. The devices will enable our volunteers to accept donations and payment for merchandise from the increasing number of people who do not carry cash.
We are extremely grateful to Shout for making it easier for people to support Daffodil Day, and helping Cancer Council raise more vital funds.
Gordon & Gotch have proudly supported Daffodil Day since 2009, raising over $1.5 million in total so far.
As Australia’s oldest and largest independent magazine distributor, Gordon & Gotch supplies 220 million copies annually to over 8,500 retail outlets including newsagents, convenience stores and supermarkets.
Employing over 150 people with operations in Australia and New Zealand, the organisation represents over 465 global publishers with nearly 4,000 magazine titles in all interest categories.
The staff and management of Gordon & Gotch are excited to once again fundraise for Cancer Council in order to help realise its vision of a cancer free future.
PACCAR Australia is proud to support Daffodil Day this year and is looking forward to raising funds to help Cancer Council’s research, prevention, support and advocacy initiatives.
PACCAR Australia is the parent company for Kenworth and DAF trucks, PACCAR Financial, PACCAR Parts and PacLease. With more than 1,300 employees locally and a further 5,000 through its extended dealer network, the company has so far raised more than $50,000 this year through a range of activities.
With the help of some of its employees and in anticipation of Daffodil Day we planted 400 daffodil bulbs on our site in Bayswater and look forward to seeing them in bloom.