Have you ever wondered what "Daffodil Days" are? The bright yellow daffodil is the American Cancer Society's symbol of hope in the fight against cancer. The American Cancer Society's fresh daffodils bring a welcome sign of spring.
Until Feb. 19, American Cancer Society volunteers will be taking orders to raise funds in Iowa for research, education, and service programs to cancer patients. Pre-orders will be accepted through Feb. 19. The flowers will be delivered in Cherokee County March 12, 2013
The "Gift of Hope" is a bouquet of 10 daffodils in a vase that is delivered anonymously to cancer patients in hospitals and treatment center in our community, brightening their day and sharing hope for a future where cancer no longer threatens those we love.
Thanks to Daffodil Days donors, the American Cancer Society is saving lives every day. For one hundred years, they have fought for every birthday threatened by cancer in every community. They are helping people "Stay Well" by helping them take steps to prevent cancer or detect it early, "Get Well" by being in their corner around the clock to guide them through every step of the cancer experience, "Finding Cures" by funding and conducting ground breaking research and "Fighting Back" by working with lawmakers and community volunteers to make a difference.