The success of Daffodil Day comes from the generosity of all Australians with their time and money, including the corporate community. Here we take the time to acknowledge our fabulous corporate partners who support Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day. With their help we can continue to fund research, provide support services and give hope to the one in two people who are diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.

Read more about how our corporate partners support us nationally, and in NSW, NT, SAQLD and WA.

Coles Express

Coles Express is a proud partner of Cancer Council's Daffodil Day in 2016. Stores will be raising funds through a range of Cancer Council merchandise featuring exclusive Daffodil Day umbrellas, collection tins, and the donation of 2c for every litre* of fuel sold on Daffodil Day. Money raised will raised benefit local Cancer Council support services across Australia.

Coles Express has supported Cancer Council since 2011 and has raised over $3.6 million during this time.

Visit your local Coles Express store to support a great cause!

*Fill up your vehicle at any Coles Express site across Australia on Daffodil Day (26th August 2016 only) and Coles Express will donate 2 cents from every litre of fuel sold to Cancer Council.



StarTrack is proud to be a long-standing supporter of Daffodil Day.

Each year, StarTrack transports Daffodil Day merchandise boxes nationwide between June and August, which involves thousands of individual deliveries. The merchandise boxes contain promotional material which is sold by thousands of businesses, organisations, schools, groups and individuals committed to raising money for the Cancer Council.

StarTrack, a business of Australia Post, is Australia’s leading parcels and logistics network, capable of supporting businesses with an unrivalled range of parcel, freight, express and courier solutions. 

StarTrack’s support helps fund cancer research into new and better treatments, education and support services that make a difference in our community.


 Gordon and Gotch

Gordon and Gotch is proud to be in its eighth year of supporting Daffodil Day and Cancer Council.

As Australia’s oldest and largest independent magazine distributor, Gordon and 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 and Gotch are excited to once again join the fight against cancer.




Rockmans first committed support to Daffodil Day in 1999 and are delighted to continue helping the local community by supporting the fundraising efforts of Cancer Council.

Today, Rockmans has over 280 retail outlets across Australia and the brand delivers Australian women on trend, quality fashion pieces at unexpected prices. With new styles arriving in store each week, you will be sure to find fashion that will fit, flatter and elevate your style. 


beme has proudly been supporting Daffodil Day since 1999 and will continue to commit to help the local community by supporting the fundraising efforts of Cancer Council.

beme dresses Australian women from size 14 – 26 offering modern fashion for today’s plus size woman.

Each garment is designed in silhouettes perfect for a curvy figure to create flattering styles and boost inner confidence. beme is available in 123 standalone stores nationally and over 180 Rockmans stores, be beautifully styled from size 14 – 26. 


As Australia’s largest fabric, craft and home decorator superstore, Spotlight is proud to be supporting one of the best-known and most popular fundraising events in Australia, Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day.

Spotlight is Australian-owned and operated and has developed a business philosophy and culture centred on people who make a difference, which is why Spotlight is dedicated to the fight against cancer. Visit one of Spotlight’s 150 store locations to purchase Daffodil Day product or to make a donation.

At Anaconda, Australia’s largest camping, adventure and sports superstore, we are invested in developing stronger and healthier communities and are proud to support Cancer Council’s Daffodil Day. Daffodil Day merchandise is available for sale and donations can be made at our 30+ stores Australia-wide.


Forty Winks, Australia’s iconic bedroom retail specialist has, over its 31 year history, redefined the bedding landscape to grow into the reputable brand it is today. Founded in Melbourne in 1984 by an experienced group of bedding retailers, Forty Winks enjoyed a humble beginning with just a handful of stores. Today, the company has grown into an icon with more than 90 successful stores across Australia, offering a wide range of mattresses, beds, bedding, bedroom furniture, children's furniture and bedroom accessories.

Forty Winks is a proud supporter of Cancer Council Australia. Daffodil Day merchandise is available for sale and donations can be made at any of our 94 stores Australia-wide.