Lives You Save

Give the gift of hope this Daffodil Day Appeal and change someone's life

 

The hope of a cancer free future means so much to the 150,000 Australians diagnosed with cancer each year, as well as those who are close to them. 

By supporting the Daffodil Day Appeal, you can get us closer to a cancer free future by funding life saving cancer research.

 


Here are just some of the stories of hope that inspire the Daffodil Day Appeal

Matt's story

In 2019, Matt had a sore neck that was lingering for longer than it should—while it didn’t seem right, he didn’t think it would be anything sinister.

Kellie's story

In 2019, Cancer Council provided Kellie with more support than she ever knew she could need after her world was turned upside down by a cervical cancer diagnosis, two years after losing her dad to prostate cancer.

Letchemi and Swee Poh’s story

In 2009 Letchemi received her first cancer diagnosis—breast cancer—and later she faced a second diagnosis of stomach cancer.

Bianca

Bianca's story 

At just 20 years’ old, Bianca became one of a handful of young Australian women to be diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer.

Lady

Bernardette's story

When Bernardette was diagnosed with breast cancer last July, it was in the midst of COVID-19 restrictions 

Greg

Greg's story

Greg "jumped at the chance" to participate in a trial cancer treatment following his melanoma diagnosis.

Rima

Ridma's story 

Ridma and her husband received the most unimaginable news during what should have been an exciting time – their first pregnancy.

For all that cancer takes from every Australian, give to cancer research this Daffodil Day Appeal and help save Australian lives.

 

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